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iDeX: “OK Glass”: How a Wearable Gadget is Becoming a Revolution of Opportunity

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During GEW

Lehigh University Assistant Professor Jeremy Littau will give a demonstration of Google Glass and talk about the coming revolution of wearable technologies, including showing what Lehigh students are doing with Google Glass now.

Bio: A Lehigh University assistant professor of Journalism and Communication who specializes in digital media with emphasis on social, Jeremy Littau was one of several thousand people in the U.S. selected as beta testers — also known as Glass Explorers — to test Google Glass, a mobile wearable media device available now for the first time to people selected by Google.

The talk will cover:

1.) The coming wave of wearable technologies
2.) Google Glass overview and demonstration
3.) Examples of what we can do with it (including examples from Professor Littau’s class and students at Lehigh)

The hashtag for the event is: #BakerGlass

The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call (610) 758-5626 or email inentin@lehigh.edu.

(610) 758-5626
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  • When: 12:10 - 1:30 p.m.
  • Start: 5 November 2013
  • End: 5 November 2013
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Converting Inventions to Marketplace Innovations - Mini-Workshop Series
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Location

12 E Packer Avenue Wilbur Powerhouse
18015 Bethlehem, PA
610-758-4789

Lehigh’s Baker Institute, in collaboration with the Office of Research, will offer a Mini-Workshop Series on “Converting Inventions to Marketplace Innovations.”  This 5-part Workshop Mini-Series will highlight real-world experiences and best practices associated with transitioning laboratory inventions into marketplace innovations.  Subjects are relevant for technical entrepreneurship, commercialization of research, and federal translational R&D programs, e.g. NSF I-Corps and SBIR/STTR.

 

The Mini-Workshops will include a presentation, activity and discussion in the following key topic areas:

  • How Research and Technology Development Enable Innovation and Entrepreneurship
  • Role of Technology in Value Proposition for Customers
  • Designing Your Project Narrative to Increase the Probability of Obtaining Funding
  • Assessing (and Improving) the Readiness of Your Technology for Commercialization
  • Effectively Advancing Technology Development Toward Commercialization
  • Insuring Your Patent Has the Best Chance of Commercial Success

Graduate student researchers and engineers with competencies in these topics will differentiate themselves as employment candidates, and hit the ground running in businesses that focus on technical innovations and entrepreneurship that drive economic growth.  Attendees will gain an entree for participation in Lehigh’s innovation ecosystem.  Participants in these workshops will also have the opportunity to guide the direction of future workshops and courses related to this topic.

 

 

The Mini-Series will be led by Dr. Fred Kimock, Entrepreneur-in-Residence and Visiting Scholar of the Baker Institute (http://baker.sites.lehigh.edu/meet-us/faculty-staff/page/3/; frk213@lehigh.edu).

 

 

Please sign up to participate in these sessions by sending an email to Jodie Johnson, jlk4@lehigh.edu, be sure to indicate if you are a vegetarian, or if you have special dietary requirements for lunch.  Please contact Jodie by phone at 610-758-4789 or by email with any questions about the Mini-Series.

 

Note:  Participants must commit to attend all 5 sessions of the Mini-Series.

 

The deadline for sign-up is November 8, 2013 at 5:00 p.m.

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