This article celebrates New York City’s emerging tech industry and cites the city’s diverse population and culture as the force behind its success. As a New York City company, we’re thrilled to be a part of this growing movement.
Linda Holmes’ brilliant list of survival hints for young creatives includes the wise words, “do a lot” which is excellent advice for littleBits’ young inventors.
Fast Company shared their favorite 3D printed items, and we are very impressed with the lineup. Checkout the $400 robotic arm created by 17-year-old Easton LaChappelle the fashionable prosthetics from Bespoke Innovations.
A gift for spatial reasoning may be a greater predictor of future creativity or innovation than math or verbal skills, which is why researchers are considering rewriting standard tests like the ACT and SAT. “Evidence has been mounting over several decades that spatial ability gives us something that we don’t capture with traditional measures used in educational selection,” said David Lubinski, the lead author of the study and a psychologist at Vanderbilt. “We could be losing some modern-day Edisons and Fords.” Read more in this NY Times article.
Last weekend, a 9 foot 9 inch Mech was introduced by Adam Savage at Cominc Con. We love watching this robot on YouTube, but have to admit that we would be scared to see it in real life.