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Julio Terra from LAB at Rockwell Group conducted a Spacebrew Workshop at NYCCHI Presents: Connected Spaces - the Internet of Things held in September 2013 at Parsons School of Design.
Julio is a producer and interaction designer at the LAB at Rockwell Group. He has over 10 years of experience partnering with clients such as Google, Intel, Cornell, HP, IBM and Microsoft on projects that range from immersive interactive spaces to global marketing campaigns. On his free time, Julio contributes to open source projects such as Spacebrew and Arduino.
ROCKWELL GROUP LAB: As an interactive design firm embedded within a larger architecture firm, the LAB seeks to blur the line between the physical and virtual in all of our projects. Our process relies heavily on iterative prototypes. Through making and experimenting we gain a deeper understanding of the user experience and uncover new opportunities and insights.
Spacebrew is an open, dynamically re-routable software toolkit for choreographing interactive spaces. Or, in other words, a simple way to connect interactive things (such as computers, mobile devices, and internet of things objects) to one another. Every element you hook up to the system can subscribe and publish data. Using a web-based visual switchboard you can dynamically connect, and disconnect, these elements to each other.
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