Please note that any prior information is outdated. The times of the workshops have changed and the showcase has been postponed.

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Aloha techies!

We come to you with an exciting opportunity to be part of a workshop by Anouk Wipprecht! She’s an extremely talented Engineer/ Electronic Couture designer from the Netherlands and she’s coming here to host workshops for a select group of Honolulu’s fashion designers! We’re looking for volunteers to help!

tech: any experience with arduinos or other hardware devices (teensy, octo, neopixels, xbee), coding and soldering.

design: sewing help

The workshops will be Tuesday, Nov 10 - Thursday, Nov 12 from 10am-3pm. Volunteering earns you a free ticket! Volunteer experience can range from students to professionals. If you are available and interested in volunteering please email info@shoux.media with the days you are intersted in volunteering for.

To honor the commemoration of fashion month and debut our hard working and innovative movers and shakers driving innovation in fashion tech, we will be showcasing our inaugural hybrid designs to blow your mind. The date of the showcase will be announced so keep an eye out for an official announcement!

Thank you so much and PLEASE spread the word!!!

#FashionTech #Anouk_Wipprecht #Wearable-Tech #hardware #software


Can you tell the difference between a Mobile Application and a Web Application? Are you interested in learning about their differences and how they can affect your business? HICapacity’s Edward Kim will be giving a presentation on what each technology is, how they differ from each other, how they can be used in your business, and if it makes sense to build one of your own.

This presentation is aimed specifically at those that are not developers but are interested in staying up to date with the current trends in the technology industry. Developers are also welcome to share their own stories and experiences. Interaction between businesses and developers is highly encouraged and this event is just one way to continue the conversation.

The presentation will end with a break out session and a Q&A session where attendees can get tailored advice suited to their business. During the breakout session, attendees can try exercises that flex the advice given in the presentation or to get to know other attendees.

Please note that there are two times for the event. There is one during the day from 2pm to 3pm and another at night from 7pm to 8pm.

When: Wednesday, November 18, 2015 from 2pm to 3pm and 7pm to 8pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center Presentation Room, 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.

Edward Kim

Edward Kim is a developer for Slickage Studios. He graduated from the University of Manoa with a Bachelor of Science degree in Information and Computer Science. Since graduating, he has mainly focused on building web services and applications for both the client and server side. He’s also has experience building Machine Learning Frameworks and A.I. type applications, worked with GIS type applications for the military, and is currently helping to build an open source forum application, Epochtalk.


UH Sustainability

Many of the technical solutions exist for the sustainability challenges we face, however the social friction of our organizations often get in the way. Learn more about how the social architecture of sustainability can catalyze transformational change.

Matt Lynch from the UH Office of Sustainability will be giving a presentation on the President’s Green Initiative Awards (cash prizes for student-led sustainability projects) and the systemwide sustainabiltiy strategy.

When: Wednesday, November 4, 2015 @ 7:00pm

Where: Manoa Innovation Center (HICapacity), 2800 Woodlawn Drive, Suite #132, Honolulu, Hawaii 96822.

Street parking is available, as well as a limited amount of green vistor stalls are available. Please do not park in the reserved stalls.

Matthew Lynch

Matthew Lynch is the System Sustainability Coordinator for the ten campuses of the University of Hawaii. He is also founder of of the Honolulu based nonprofit Asia-Pacific Center for Regenerative Design, and currently serves on the Board of Directors for Kahumana Organic Farm and Slow Food Oahu, and as the Measures Project Co-Chair for the Hawaii Green Growth Aloha+ State Sustainability Dashboard.

His work implements permaculture design principles in a broad range of community projects from Mongolia to Australia and throughout the Pacific, from building rural community resilience through farmer trainings, to sustainable economic development, to catalyzing institutional change through policy work and collaborative leadership.

Matt’s talent for energizing communities and individuals has re-humanized urban and institutional systems in the developing and developed worlds, and works towards restoring & regenerating the ecological systems upon which these social systems depend.