Startup Weekend Redmond: A Touch of the Future 2016
The Seattle Entrepreneurship Club will be helping organize Startup Weekend: A Touch of the Future at Microsoft’s main campus in Redmond, Washington. They are sporting a dual oval and circle sticker sheet on premium white with classic elements of the Startup Weekend branding including the oval with the lab beaker and characters, plus a circle sticker that has all kinds of tech buttons and a hand touching an icon.
The question they ask for this session is “What future will you create?” This weekend is about getting together and exploring how futuristic technologies can help reinvent traditional business such as Manufacturing, Travel, Dining, Education, Medicine, Construction. Today’s tech buzz words are Artificial Intelligence, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality, and the hardware that’s part of the Internet of Things, with brands like Amazon Echo, Microsoft Cortana, Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and Microsoft Hololens creating products for developers.
We are seeing these emerging technologies changing our lives every single day, in our cars and in our phones and in our homes. Startup Weekend: A Taste of the Future knows that AI is far more than just chat, and that VR is far more than games. They welcome professionals from all industries, and this Startup Weekend will also be hosting a series of workshops to educate attendees about on VR, AR and AI topics to each maximum efficiency for the weekend.
“So come and join us for this business sprint to achieve idea to revenue over the weekend. This event is for you if you’d like to explore a new technology, find a cofounder for your next startup, evaluate a new employee or just to scratch your startup itch.”
Seattle Entrepreneurship Club (SEC) was founded in 2008 by a group of professionals and entrepreneurship enthusiasts in the Greater Seattle and Beijing area. All of organizers and staffs are volunteers. Their group is growing fast since more and more people are interested in entrepreneurship and helping.
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Here’s a video that gives a little background about Startup Weekend.
Originally published at www.stickergiant.com on June 23, 2016.