Before the year comes to a close and the holidays kick into gear, we wanted to take a moment to highlight some of the tech and design events in Boston. This month, designers who are creating podcast-related work will have the chance to get feedback from Thomas Romer, the designer for popular podcasts 99% Invisible and Radiolab, and developers curious about React Native can stop in at the Boston Frontend meetup for an introduction.
As you inch your way towards the ledge of the mountain your heart races and you start to experience a dizzying sense of vertigo. You’ve nearly forgotten that the thousand-foot drop that lies ahead doesn’t actually exist, and that your feet are firmly planted on a carpet. You are in a virtual reality simulation, but it feels very real.
Every month we highlight some of the most exciting meetups, hackathons and events in Boston. Whether you're looking to hear more about the hype about podcasts and what goes into making one, or you want to learn more about the UX and the benefit of hidden app structures, or are a woman in tech who is looking to connect with fellow female developers, there's something for everyone. Here's what going on before we all tuck into our Thanksgiving dinners:
Each month, we're going to be highlighting some of the Boston tech meetups, hackathons, and events that we've got our eye on. Below, check out a list of the upcoming events we're excited for, including a talk at MIT this week on The Intelligent Integrated Store, and the launch of Swift Office Hours on October 25!
Intrepid partnered with local NPR station WBUR to release all-new mobile listening apps. Below is the official press release.
Let’s take a look at the types of digital realities that currently exist, and how they differ from each other. Currently there are three major types of virtual experiences: virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR).
In our latest webinar, Approachable Home Automation: Designing Intuitive UX for the Febreze Home, we share insights on the design sprint process and how it helped us build a product to complement P&G's home automation device, a smart air freshener called Febreze Home.
This March, we held a technical webinar exploring the challenges in developing a companion app for an Internet of Things (IoT) device called the Febreze Home, P&G’s latest effort in providing consumers with a more approachable home automation device.
There’s a lot of excitement surrounding the Internet of Things (IoT) but how does it really work? It sounds simple enough: two elements – devices and networks – work together as a system to gather data and offer users control.
With so many different networks, sensors, and hubs on the market, home automation can be intimidating. But bringing IoT into the home doesn’t have to be complicated– it can take the form of a simple, smart device like an air freshener.