On September 18-19, 2014 the Mindesee and CEEDs projects were presented at the RE.WORK Technology Summit by Professor Jonathan Freeman. The topics covered in the conference were various but mainly focused on Wearable technologies (Misfits, Studio XO, Institute for Scientific Interchange Foundation), Environmental technologies (Tado, University of Bath), Robotics (University of Bristol, Minibuilders, University of Oxford, University of Hertfordshire, Sheffield Centre of Robotics), Medicine (SENS, Sosafresh, QuantumMDx), Technologies for developing world (Buffalo Grid, Imperial College, Konto46) and New Generation technologies (Goldsmiths College, Ultrahaptics, i2 media research, Swiftkey, Create-net, Concirrus, IBM, Bleepbleeps, CHS, Microsoft).
Professor Jonathan Freeman was present at the conference to promote Mindsee and CEEDs and during his talk he explained aims, expectations, stages of development, possible applications and the innovation achievable by both projects.
Mindsee and CEEDs project were also showcased with demos and posters.
Both projects were explained in details by researches from UPF/SPECS and Goldsmiths/i2 media research, and received high interested and enthusiasm by the numerous attendees.