A bit of a technology ‘man for all seasons’, Harri Holopainen started his career in computer graphics on a Commodore 64. He worked on smart card payment systems, co-founded a small graphics software company, and even designed and implemented a prototype online gaming world, a subject he did his university thesis on. Upon graduating, he and his partners grew their … [Read more...] about Next Gen recycling.
John Liss is running on fumes. He’s up very early every morning building his company FAST. And he’s doing something important and having fun. John founded True Footage, with a Harvard business degree in hand, to help a rather sloppy industry get a little more accurate. A real estate data authentication platform built to streamline residential transactions, they provide … [Read more...] about Running on fumes.
Sam Ruben is passionate (with a capital P) about sustainability. Sustainability is not just a moral principle for Sam – he believes that as a core value it can improve the bottom line, and increase the brand value of any company. Today, he is Chief Sustainability Officer and co-founder of Mighty Buildings, a company that has leveraged rapidly evolving technologies in … [Read more...] about 3D-printing, robotics and automation, oh my!
3D printing is the construction of a three-dimensional object from a digital model, and it’s now being used in a multitude of applications -- from aircraft components to running shoes, cars to orthopaedic implants and prosthetic limbs. And one of the latest to come to market is houses. You can now live in a home printed out by a computer. There are some big advantages … [Read more...] about 3D printed houses.
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