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Tech@NYU DemoDays: December 2011

Tech@NYU

Saturday, December 17, 2011 from 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM (EST)

New York, NY

Tech@NYU DemoDays: December 2011

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The follow-up to the smash hit - with 15 rapid-fire student demos and a special keynote live-coding session with Kyle McDonald!

 

Join us on December 17th for student demos, a presentation from Kyle McDonald (@kcimc), media artistacquaintance of the Secret Service, and Brad Pitt impersonator.

 





This month's demos include...
  • Amplifyrean awesome new service for upcoming bands. A MySpace Music killer (finally!)
  • LED lights powered by living bacteria (yes, you read that right.
  • Spinning tops that are also musical instruments
  • An OpenGL demo
  • A twitter bot that randomly recombines Japanese, urbandictionary, and fanfiction.
  • Sleepbot, an Android app with tens of thousands of downloads!

Doors open @ 4:30pm
Demos start @ 5:00pm sharp

Tech@NYU, NYU's only multi-discipline startups, hacking and design club, is hosting monthly DemoDays.

At each DemoDay, Tech@NYU members and other NYC students will demo what they've been working on for the last month in the areas of programming and design.

It's a monthly celebration, where Tech@NYU opens it doors to show off what we've been doing.

NYC students - if you'd like to demo your latest hack, project, or pre-funding startup, please contact one of the organizers.

As always, DemoDays is student-only.

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Have questions about Tech@NYU DemoDays: December 2011? Contact Tech@NYU

When & Where


Warren Weaver Hall
251 Mercer Street
Room 109
New York, NY 10010

Saturday, December 17, 2011 from 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM (EST)


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Tech@NYU

We are growing the student technology culture in NYC.

To get there, we need students continually building, to learn and internalize the nuances of great product and business. Tech@NYU is the sandbox that students need: a place to experiment, a forum for recognition, a community for discussion and sharing, and a stage for inspiration.

We also engage regularly with a number of NYC entrepreneurs who serve as mentors to students. Only a couple years old, Tech@NYU is one of the most diverse, most forward-moving student organizations in NYC.

Learn more about us at techatnyu.org

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