MAYA co-founder Peter Lucas presented a demo on “Scripting a Radically Distributed World: Recursively-nested Visual Dataflow Programming for Pervasive Computing” at the Posters and Demonstrations Dinner that was part of the IEEE Symposium on Visual Languages and Human-Centric Computing. The dinner took place at Carnegie Mellon University, and was part of an IEEE conference that runs from September 18-22 in Pittsburgh.
Because of MAYA’s continuing organic growth, we’ll be relocating to Downtown Pittsburgh in Spring 2012.
John Crowley, head of MAYA’s Engineering Group, was one of three people selected from among 40 applicants to present an iSpot (5-minute spot) during the Community Interventions Session on September 13. John will demonstrate MAYA’s Food Oasis project, an SMS-based virtual grocery marketplace. (For more information about Food Oasis go to http://foodoasis.maya.com.)
Mickey McManus will participate in the August 2011 IDEAS Series Workshop in San Francisco, CA. He will address the social implications of design.
Here’s an article about the evolutionary angle Mickey McManus took when discussing the challenges of the information age. The discussion took place on August 23 at the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s “Making Technology Invisible: Future Trends of Human-Computer Interaction.”
Mickey McManus will talk about Taming Complexity and the Future of Connected Products and Experiences at an event sponsored by the Western PA chapter of IDSA.
Where: Pittsburgh Technology Council office
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My Body Sings The Social Electric: Health In The Age of Trillions Read this entry in Mickey McManus’s blog about innovations in connected health.
Read what Bart Foster, founder and CEO of SoloHealth, has to say in the HealthFlock blog about MAYA’s Food Oasis project, our SMS-based virtual grocery marketplace.
Mickey McManus delivered a “flash of genius” session at this Economist event, which took place in Santa Clara, California.