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Adriano Clemente combines two of my passions–music production and gaming tech to produce Kin-Hackt. Ableton Live is a digital audio workstation used by DJs and music producers around the world.  There are a number of dedicated hardware controllers made for the Live music production software. The controllers make composing music on…(Read More)


Could a connected retail shopping experience inspire schools to build holistic engagements for educators, students, and parents? Catch a glimpse of what is possible today. Razorfish Connected Retail Experience Platform (codename “5D”) from Razorfish – Emerging Experiences on Vimeo. There are two points that I want to highlight about this demonstration from Razorfish: We are…(Read More)


Consumer robotics may represent the next era in computer science and consumer electronics. This is the week to learn more about what’s next in Robotics. National Robotics Week 2012 Movies have depicted our future with robotics through cinema history. Some of you may remember the robots from science fiction television series like Lost…(Read More)

Microsoft at St. Barnabas Senior Center

We have written a lot about this generation’s students getting immerse in Kinect. Now the seniors are taking their turn with Kinect for XBOX 360 for wellness and fun. Read the full story at Microsoft News Center “Exergamers Wellness Club Uses Kinect and HealthVault to Enhance Seniors’ Well-being…(Read More)


This article has been republished to Higher Innovation. In July, Microsoft Partners in Learning hosted the 2011 U.S. Innovative Education Forum. During the conference, I got a chance to catch up with fellow Texan and Innovative Educator Johnny Kissko. We chatted about how he is rethinking the learning space and transforming his student engagement…(Read More)