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WATCH // D3D LIVE 2017 - Dustin Brown, Microsoft

Published 26 April 2017

Posted by Carmen Aquilina

Article tagged with: design, industrial design, visualisation, develop3d live, microsoft, d3d live

From the Lunatik Kickstarter campaigns and consulting for Xbox, Dell, and L’Oreal at MINIMAL, to the launch of Microsoft’s HoloLens, Dustin Brown’s career has been enabled by his use of technology in his design process.

Currently with Microsoft and previously with MNML, Brown reflects on a few of his personal and professional projects, discussing how specific design and visualisation workflows have enabled greater success in his work.

Click here to watch more videos from our 2017 event as they’re uploaded, as well as the entire back catalogue of some of the best talks from past events.

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Food trucks leading the way for future automotive customisation ideas

Published 26 April 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: design, 3d printing, automotive, stratasys, customisation, citroen

The new old - the Type H-Reinvention and its Bertoni-designed inspiration

From San Francisco to Stirling, the shape of the Citroen H-Van is now synonymous with food trucks - part rustic fromage fettler, part wild pheasant and squid tacos with a pineapple jus…

Yet the original vans, designed by styling maestro Flaminio Bertoni, are mostly rumbling on from their heyday well over 50 years ago.

Step in the Type H-Reinvention - a fibreglass body kit that can be built onto the chassis of a modern Citroën Jumper van.

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University of Cambridge looking for first Professor of Innovation

Published 26 April 2017

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: education, innovation, cambridge

Dr John C Taylor OBE has funded the new position of Professor of Innovation at Cambridge University

Thanks to a philanthropic donation from one of the most successful British inventors of the last 50 years, the University of Cambridge is now looking to hire a Professor of Innovation to inspire the next generation.

Dr John C Taylor OBE, a man with over 400 patents to his name, including cooling systems for Jaguar cars; electrical control parts; the bimetallic thermostat and 360-degrees cordless connectors for kettles, graduated from Corpus Christi College, Cambridge in 1959, and wants the UK to continue its incredible track record of inventors, engineers and thinkers.

“It’s essential that those who have great ideas have the skills and support to develop successful business models around them.  This way, they can develop inventions from prototype to production for the benefit of the creator while generating local employment through manufacturing growth.

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WATCH // D3D LIVE - Mat Hunter, Central Research Laboratory

Published 26 April 2017

Posted by Alan Cleveland

Article tagged with: design, industrial design, develop3d live, d3d live, crl

It’s exciting that so many people are founding hardware startups, especially in the UK where software and services dominate.

The internet makes the required knowledge, finance and early customers more accessible than ever before, but most hardware startup veterans will admit that the failure rate is extremely high and most founders are naïve about the challenges they will face and ignorant of the best strategies.

In this talk, Managing Director of the Central Research Laboratory Mat Hunter shares his insights about how the Central Research Laboratory, London’s first purpose-built hardware accelerator, improves the success rate of resident ventures.

Click here to watch more videos from our 2017 event as they’re uploaded, as well as the entire back catalogue of some of the best talks from past events.

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