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GENERATOR V1.0 (Shenzhen)

  1. 1. VERSION 1.0 http://www.generatorconf.com
  2. 2. AGENDA⚡1.David Li⚡2. Cory Kidd⚡3. Eric Pan⚡4. Shawn Frayne⚡5. Cyril Ebersweiler⚡6. Alan Clayton⚡7. Zach Hoeken⚡7. Jasen Wang⚡9. Shunsuke Aoki⚡10. Bunnie Huang
  3. 3. ⚡1. DAVID LI http://www.generatorconf.com
  4. 4. ⚡2. CORY KIDD http://www.generatorconf.com
  5. 5. IntuitiveAutomataMake a change. For good. © 2012 Intuitive Automata Inc.
  6. 6. © 2012 Intuitive Automata Inc.
  7. 7. © 2012 Intuitive Automata Inc.
  8. 8. © 2012 Intuitive Automata Inc.
  9. 9. © 2012 Intuitive Automata Inc.
  10. 10. © 2012 Intuitive Automata Inc.
  11. 11. © 2012 Intuitive Automata Inc.
  12. 12. Script Personality DialogUser ProfileUser Profile Relationship Context Model Conversation
  13. 13. Day 1:Introductions“I’m lookingforward toworking with you.”
  14. 14. Day 2: Get to knowyou“It’s important thatwe work togetherto reach yourgoals.”
  15. 15. Day 7: Fast friends“You’ve done agreat job keepingtrack.”
  16. 16. Day 21: Stick with it“Let’s review yourprogresstogether.”
  17. 17. Day 45: Lastingchange“Congratulationson reachinganother goal!”
  18. 18. © 2012 Intuitive Automata Inc.
  19. 19. Dr. Cory Kidd, CEO Intuitive Automata coryk@iabots.comhttp://intuitiveautomata.com http://myautom.comBased in Hong Kong and US
  20. 20. IntuitiveAutomataMake a change. For good. © 2012 Intuitive Automata Inc.
  21. 21. ⚡3. ERIC PAN http://www.generatorconf.com
  22. 22. Open Hardware Facilitated Eric Pan 1.2013
  23. 23. the new wave Google ADK Microsoft Gadgeteer
  24. 24. Anatomy of hardware products(all photo copyrights belongs to owner, will check later)
  25. 25. Gut = Electronics littlebits Grove (Seeed) Breakout (Sparkfun) Arduino PCB Prototyping (all photo copyrights belongs to owner, will check later)
  26. 26. Skeleton = Mechanics makeblock openbeam bitbeam laser cut (all photo copyrights belongs to owner, will check later) 3D print
  27. 27. Skin = Almost Anything Fabric Fur Silicone Fabric (all photo copyrights belongs to owner, will check later) Leather
  28. 28. Soul = Software/Firmware Java C# Graphic Assembly Coding(all photo copyrights belongs to owner, will check later) Hybrid
  29. 29. from Idea to Product Crowd Funding mass production Agile Manufacture small batch Quick Prototyping Service engineering open hardware sample toolkits prototype idea(all photo copyrights belongs to owner, will check later)
  30. 30. the fittest survives Unanswered demands trigger mutation by makers Less efficient or unpopular hardware products suspended Valuable open projects get copied and derived Some of them will keep evolve ...and productize ( Mutation and selection diagram by Elembis )
  31. 31. evolution of hardware products Numerous(large base) + Open source(gene inherit) + Maker (mutation) = evolution ?
  32. 32. Product 2.0 Product 1.0 Product 2.0 open hardware, maker movement, crowd-funding Illustration by Christina Ung consumer => maker =>inventor
  33. 33. About Seeed Thanks! twitter/weibo: @seeedstudio mail: ep@seeedstudio.com Since 2008 100+ Employee 800+ SKUwww.seeedstudio.compropagate : cloud manufacture service for small scale innovatorbazaar / warehouse: open hardware arsenal and trading center----------ecosystem----------wish / recipe : maker demand proposal / Application sharingHAXLR8R : Hardware Accelerator for entrepreneur and veteran makershenzhen Maker Faire/ Chaihuo Maker space : introduce maker movement in China
  34. 34. ⚡4. SHAWN FRAYNE http://www.generatorconf.com
  35. 35. CYRIL ⚡5.EBERSWEILER http://www.generatorconf.com
  36. 36. How HARD can that be?
  37. 37. The Pioneers
  38. 38. The Makers. Hackers. Academics. Entrepreneurs.
  39. 39. TECHNOLOGY PROTOTYPING COMMUNITIES This time, it’s different FULFILLMENT SOURCING FINANCING COLLABORATION
  40. 40. home appliances smartphones vehicles transportation kitchen appliancessleep monitoring health watches drones clothing This time, it’s different energy biotech 3d printers computers cameras iot neuroscience robots printers self quantified shoes toys video games
  41. 41. But this has not changed...
  42. 42. Founders Fit Design to Financing Market Timing Manufacture Fundraising Sourcing Tooling Branding Prototyping Assembly Marketing Product Design Quality FulfillmentGREAT MIRACLE! FABRICATION REVENUE IDEA Software Certifications Payment Firmware Regulations Customer Service BOM Logistics Distribution GERBER China Effect PR CAD Cashflow Crowdfunding
  43. 43. DIY.Do. It. Yourself.
  44. 44. Software accelerators are useful and effective
  45. 45. Software accelerators are useful and effectiveHardware accelerators are completely essential
  46. 46. About H.AXLR8R www.haxlr8r.com Brad Feld Nolan Bushnell Dave Merrill Featured in... H.AXLR8R is the first accelerator program for people who hack hardware and make physical products ; San Francisco / ShenzhenJim Newton Bill Warner Mitch Altman
  47. 47. Asking the right questionsWhy are we making this?Who is this for?How will this be used?What features does it need to have (now)?What features does it need to have (later)?What are the legacy requirements?Who’s going to build this?How many do we want to make?What is the budget?What is the timeline?
  48. 48. To boldly go where no man has gone www.haxlr8r.com @haxlr8r beforeBig thanks to all our mentors, alum, partners and friends!
  49. 49. ⚡6. ALAN CLAYTON http://www.generatorconf.com
  50. 50. Wholebrain SOStartUpDoes your startup only have half a brain ?
  51. 51. Everyone is born a genius.... Intellectual Real UnrealSensible Sensitive Emotional
  52. 52. ...but the process of living de-geniuses us !!
  53. 53. So What..... ? Team ? Product ? Business Plan ? Marketing, Sales, Communication ?
  54. 54. Step 1: Recruit WholebrainTeam facts ideasystems people
  55. 55. Step 2: Create Wholebrain Product Value New ? for Money ? Beautiful ? Reliable ? User- Quality ? Friendly ?
  56. 56. Step 3: Write Wholebrain Business Plan Cash ? Concept ? does it add up ? what’s the big idea ? does it work ? for who, and with who Construction ? Customer ?
  57. 57. Step 4: Establish Wholebrain Metrics Lead Indicators Future Revenue $ Traction (activations) # Profit $ Traction (referrals) # Cust Acquisitions # Til Next Update Wk s Burn Rate $ Team Happiness 1-10 Product Delivery % Customer Happiness 1-10 Cust Aquisition Cost $ Media Coverage $= Retention %Past Lag Indicators
  58. 58. Step 5: Deliver Wholebrain PitchA $600 million market “Imagine a world wherewith only 1 competitor everyone has enough.....” Start Here Step 1 takes 3 weeks, costs $15,000 and My mum loves itdelivers 100 customers
  59. 59. Beware Entrepreneurs ! Entrepreneurs ?StartUp Genome Research
  60. 60. Good Luck ! www.sosventures.com
  61. 61. ⚡7. ZACH HOEKEN http://www.generatorconf.com
  62. 62. Make me a table, Oh robot masters.AKA micro-manufacturing in SZ with digital fabrication.
  63. 63. Step 1: Design
  64. 64. Step 2: CNC Shop
  65. 65. Step 3:Visit Suppliers
  66. 66. Step 4: Take Delivery
  67. 67. Step 5: Assembly
  68. 68. Finished Table
  69. 69. Important Takeaways• Manufacturing Ecosystem• Willingness and Speed• Skills and Knowledge• Low Cost• Zero Overhead
  70. 70. ⚡8. JASEN WANG http://www.generatorconf.com
  71. 71. ⚡9. SHUNSUKE AOKI http://www.generatorconf.com
  72. 72. YUKAI Engineering A robot company CEO Shunsuke Aoki
  73. 73. YUKAI Engineering• YUKAI = 愉快 = Fun!!• We make products not only useful but make our life fun
  74. 74. Me• Shunsuke Aoki• Founded TEAMLAB / pixiv• Studied at Shanghai CHINA• @aopico• facebook.com/aopico
  75. 75. Our Team
  76. 76. Our Office• In the middle of Tokyo City• Garage!!• 3D printer• CNC
  77. 77. Our Focus• Robot as a UI of virtual space• CUTE is justice
  78. 78. Why Robots?• Which do you want to live with?• CUTE is justice
  79. 79. Coconatch
  80. 80. Necomimi
  81. 81. Vacuum Cleaner
  82. 82. TEAMLAB HANGER
  83. 83. monaka• Bluetooth 4.0• Low energy• Allow physical computing using iOS!!
  84. 84. Thank you
  85. 85. ⚡10. BUNNIE HUANG http://www.generatorconf.com
  86. 86. 3, 2, 1, BUILD! http://www.generatorconf.com
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