Wow, I was amazed when I opened my mail and this wonderful certificate looked at me: Great! I submited the concept of CINEATRIX (www.redwired.org/cineatrix) last year and was happy to find out that it got so far at the MLA (more info about the MLA award – german site). A lot of the cool videos […]
On Monday things cleared up when I spoke with Adam Holt from the OLPC Foundation, situated right across the street in Kendall Square. Yesterday I sent the check for the 15+15 Laptops to the foundation: I was ensured that I will receive the laptops in 10 business days. Just in time, when I will be […]
iPressl bought 15 laptops today through the Give One Get One Program of the One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) Foundation. Currently, there are only 5 OLPC laptops in Austria, therby increasing the number of OLPC laptops in Austria times four. High Schools in Vienna and one school in Carinthia, as well as KIMEKI will be […]
Things to come! were decided at todays meeting with Erich Kucher, current Vorstand of KIMEKI, in Klagenfurt. Many new ideas were discussed, such as future steps for our project CINEATRIX. A brandnew idea might be the incorporation of MIT’s $100 Laptop into future projects and programs of our collaboration.
Klagenfurt, Austria, Fall 2007 iPressl.com Kimeki.info Cineatrix is a Kimeki, iPressl and MIT collaboration. In collaboration with the MIT Edgerton Outreach program and iPressl in Austria in Europe, KIMEKI is working on a new project, Cineatrix. The original idea stemmed from the knowledge that there is a new generation of children who are digital natives, […]
at the Edgerton Center at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology In collaboration with a new initiative from Austria in Europe, the MIT Edgerton Outreach program is working on a new project, Cineatrix. The original idea stemmed from the knowledge that there is a new generation of children who are digital natives, kids who haven’t known […]
Having met Erich Kucher, head of KIMEKI, at my High-Speed-Photography exhibition in Wolfsberg, I am eager to collaborate with him on possible future projects for children. Full Story at the CINEATRIX Redwired Blog