IDF Craig Barrett Keynote: Inspiring Innovation

This year's IDF kicked off in typical fashion with Pat Gelsinger, Intel senior vice president and general manager, Digital Enterprise Group, taking the stage and giving an brief overview of what the event has to offer over the course of the next three days, including highlighting key speakers (the Woz on Thursday!), contributors, and sponsors.

Gelsinger equated the childhood book series Where's Waldo with trying to figure out where in the world Intel chairman, Craig Barrett might be at any given moment. As to "Where in the world is Craig Barrett," the answer could easily be any one of over 30 countries, where Gelsinger suggested that Barrett has become the chief ambassador for the IT industry. Apparently, Barrett has been on every continent except Antarctica. This served as the segue to play a video the explored the themes of Barrett's keynote speech: "Inspiring Innovation." We have full coverage of Craig Barrett's keynote, complete with numerous images, available here:

IDF Day 1: Craig Barrett Keynote: "Inspiring Innovation"
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warlord 6 years ago

Barrett welcomed a "bright star of innovation" to the stage, Dr. Johnny Chung Lee, and expert in computer-human interfaces. Lee demonstrated a low-cost ($50) electronic white board using existing technology. With a Wii remote, a PC, a projector, and an IR pen, Lee demonstrated his concept projected onto a piece of white foam core (any flat white surface should suffice). The software is available for download for free from Lee's Website

This is brilliant. I know some teachers who can make use of this.


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