|Paola Antonelli: "The New Frontiers of Design" - Solid 2014 Keynote|
Design has branched out in new directions, galvanizing young practitioners, sparking novel business models, and attracting worldwide attention.
|Hiroshi Ishii: "Vision Driven Beyond Tangible Bits..." - Solid 2014 Keynote|
Realizing seamless interfaces between humans, digital information, and the physical environment by giving physical form to digital information.
|3D Printing & Design - The Future of How Things are Made|
Carl Bass discusses the new ways small companies are changing manufacturing, and how trends in business and technology are influencing this evolution.
|Google X's Focus on the Physical World with Astro Teller - Solid 2014 Keynote|
Google[x]'s projects aspire to survive contact with the physical world in some nontrivial way.
|Tim O'Reilly: "Software Above the Level of a Single Device: The Implications" - Solid 2014 Keynote|
Designing software and systems above the level of a single device, software that completely transforms industries.
|Renee DiResta: "Hardware by the Numbers" - Solid 2014 Keynote|
The what & why underlying the growth of various subsets of the hardware startup ecosystem: robotics, connected devices, wearables, & designed products
|Jim Stogdill: "Welcome Back Citizens of Weblandia" - Solid 2014 Keynote|
How advancements in hardware and software has broken down the barriers separating the "real" and "digital" world.
|The Next Phase of Connected Hardware Innovation - Ayah Bdeir Solid Keynote|
How we can democratize the Internet of Things and enable kids, executives, and engineers alike to innovate in their connected world.
|Rodney Brooks: "Intelligent Machines are Different" - Solid 2014 Keynote|
As our machines become more intelligent, they are going to surprise us more and more as they change their behavior.
|Richard Isaacs: "Musical Counterpoint in Wood, Bone, Metal and Carbon Fiber" - Solid 2014|
Tracking the technical and design evolution of the pipe organ, and how different materials affect an organ's sound and design.
|Saul Griffith, "SOFT, not SOLID: Beyond Traditional Hardware Engineering" - Solid 2014|
Beyond traditional hardware engineering, and why soft is going to replace solid in so many technologies.