[fr] Je suis à la conférence Lift12 à Genève ces jours. Voici mes notes de sessions.
Last talk before launching his satellite. Open Source Satellite Initiative.
- Tool you hit and it says I love you.
- Jewellery made of uranium for people who want to commit suicide (you can’t take it off).
Mission: test a 100% commercial-grade nano sized satellite; publish a manual; build an open source platform for the nano satellite. Satellites for Dummies.
Cubesat.org — 50 already in space. 1kg.
Easy! Build a satellite, rent a rocket, get a something authorization frequency… etc steph-note: list gets worse
Most important thing: has to withstand radiation!
steph-note: great talk but hard to take notes!
Goal: making a database of space qualified components to make them more easily accessible => accessible space programme.
steph-note: basically Hojun Song is walking us through the process of building his own satellite and launching it, and it’s quite funny. Worth watching the video!
Only need to sell 10’000 T-shirts to fund your satellite! (9800 to go!)
steph-note: starting to think the “extreme hackers” in this session are in fact artists 😉
- Lift12 Extreme Hackers: Mark Suppes and the Open Source Fusion Reactor [en] (2012)
- Lift12: Sean Park, Reinventing Finance, One Startup at a Time [en] (2012)
- Lift12 Extreme Hackers: etoy.AGENT ZAI [en] (2012)
- Lift12, Development, Redevelopment: Steve Song [en] (2012)
- Lift10 Post-Privacy: Christian Heller [en] (2010)
- Lift13, Resilience and Resistance: Venkatesh Rao [en] (2013)
- Lift12 Stories: James Bridle (Ship Adrift Project) [en] (2012)
- Lift12, New Futures: Lisa Harouni, 3D Printing [en] (2012)
- LIft13, Mobile Stories: Christopher Kirkley, Sahel Sounds [en] (2013)
- Lift12 Stories: Rufus Pollock, Open Data [en] (2012)