BuzzConf Technology Festival Showcase – talks from the festival’s presenters – BuzzConf BuzzConf Written by Arthur on March 23, 2021

BuzzConf Technology Festival Showcase – talks from the festival’s presenters

Update: Video from the night now available on YouTube:

Join us on 20th October for a very special BuzzConf Night…

The Annual BuzzConf Technology Festival is just weeks away, so we’ll be bringing you a sneak preview of some of the amazing sessions to expect over the festival weekend. For the full festival lineup and more information check https://buzzconf.io/festival

Held in The Savoy Tavern in Melbourne, there will be plenty of options to eat and drink late into the night!

RSVP on meetup.com

Agenda

6pm – Drinks and socialising
7pm to 8:00pm – Technical presentations and demos
8:00pm until late – Music, drinks, and party

Presentations

Previews of the following sessions…

No More Free – a future of paid content enabled by blockchain – Nic Hodges

Could blockchain technology enable a new model of media that shifts revenue from platforms to creators?

Preparing to be makers in a consumer-focussed world – Matthew Cengia

In a world where everything is happening online, how do we facilitate our youth to take control of their technology and become hackers

Biomedicine highlights of 2016 – Jacinta Richardson

This talk will give you a walk through of some of the fascinating things that have come out of medicine in 2016.

3D modelling, sculpting, and printing – Adam Purdie

3D modelling using Blender, then you’ll have the opportunity to print your model!

The Internet of Toys: ESP8266 and MicroPythonNick Moore

Each generation of embedded processors is even smaller, faster, cheaper and more capable – and that means it’s easier than ever to build some amazing toys!

The Internet Of Tents (IoT) – Andy Gelme

Connect BuzzConf with your creativity set to 11. Deploy wirelessly connected sensors (input), actuators (output), robots and even your tent to the network

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