Liberating Interaction with New Materials and Modular Hardware
The future is as you make it! Join us in liberating your interaction with computing from the keyboard and the screen. Meaningful and expressive interactions with computing can occur on any surface, object or space with the right combination of materials and hardware. Matt Johnson, co-founder of Bare Conductive will talk about how a startup founded around an electrically conductive paint has transformed into a movement for re-imaging the future of interaction with computing.
Matt Johnson is CEO and co-founder of Bare Conductive, a London-based startup developing electrically conductive materials and hardware. Matt earned an MA/MSc in Industrial Design Engineering at the Royal College of Art/Imperial College London. He is a bit of a designer and a bit of an engineer and most comfortable being split between the two.
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