MICME is a new platform specifically created to manage the microphonization system in large scale events. Smartphones are connected to rooms sound system, so microphones and hostesses are not necessary. Downloading is not required 🔝 Users can reserve their questions with just one click on their smartphones; the server automatically lists the requests in a chronological order. Micme allows for a saving of up to 2/3 of the cost of the traditional microphonization systems 💸
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A brief introduction to Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCI) 👂 This talk will cover the basics of EEG and it’s application in rehabilitative technologies, working and educational environment as well as possible applications in the entertainment industry 🎮
We are developing a smart and innovative scarecrow: a fully automatic drone, able to combine GPS triangulation and Visual Recognition techniques in order to get high precision landing 🛬 This talk will cover the birth of the idea, the basis of our business project and how we are using high-tech approaches to develop the A.I. of our product 🤖
Since the release of Java 1.4.2 most of the developers thought the language designed by Sun was a blast for object-oriented programming and through the years a lot of so-called Java-design-patterns infected object-thinking and development process showing us tedious language syntax and dark magics. Then, 15 years later, a language by JetBrains tries to simplify the things: Kotlin, what is it? What does it try to simplify? Let’s see at least 7 inconvenient Java aspects fixed in Kotlin 😎
Communication and understanding the client is a key to success when doing freelance projects. When failing to communicate well, freelancers risk re-doing the job, wasting time and money, loosing reputation 💸 Clients risk missing the deadlines and overspending. But what if we can fix it all with a good approach and the right tool?
In 2015 I have started OPPY (One-Project-Per-Year), a meta-project designed to encourage me to complete at least one personal technology-related project every year 🤖 Since then, I have already completed some unconventional projects with unexpected results. The talk will be about my experiences and, ultimately, on the importance of fully committing oneself to personal goals, disconnecting with technology and reconnecting with people. I hope to inspire some of you 🙏