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iJustine breaks a sweat and explores first-hand the latest styles and innovations of her favorite workout tech gear. Join the conversation as she connects with leading doctors and scientists in their field to understand the value and future implications of all the important data these devices are able to capture and analyze. @HardWiredTech #HardWiredShare
Comedian, best selling author and technology expert Baratunde Thurston travels to California in this episode of FUNDED to drop by the OUYA headquarters in Los Angeles to learn more about the gaming start-up that has raised over 8 million dollars through crowd funding.Share
iJustine visits Jim Palmer's Malibu Vineyard and discusses the latest in clothing technology with Gary Cass, maker of the "wine" dress.Share
Comedian, best selling author and technology expert Baratunde Thurston travels to California in this episode of FUNDED to visit Alison Bailey Vercruysse, a San Francisco local who turned her love of granola into the successful small business 18 Rabbits through crowd funding.Share
iJustine travels to Silicon Valley to meet with the makers of LUMOback and gets the straight up facts on posture and tech.Share
Comedian, best selling author and technology expert Baratunde Thurston travels to Durham, North Carolina in this episode of FUNDED to visit the Organic Transit headquarters. During his trip, Thurston learns about (and even rides!) the environmentally friendly ELF - a product that was brought to life by a successful kickstarter campaign.Share
iJustine channels her inner Jason Bourne and dives into the world of spytech.Share
Comedian, best selling author and technology expert Baratunde Thurston travels to Silicon Valley to meet the founders of the gTar and to rock out with the product. The gTar, a smart guitar controller with real strings and frets that can be powered by apps from your smartphone, is a crowd funding success story worth telling.Share
iJustine does a little clothing shopping in the future by virtually trying on outfits with products from Facecake. She'll discover the trade-offs between convenience and experience.Share
Comedian, best selling author and technology expert Baratunde Thurston travels to Michigan in this episode of FUNDED to explore how Detroit's loyal citizens have taken the crowd funding phenomenon offline by hosting a microgranting dinner called Detroit SOUP.Share
iJustine gets crafty with Becky Stern, Adafruit's Director of Wearable Electronics.Share
Baratunde learns how Roman Mars, the creator of the popular radio show and podcast, 99% Invisible, used the lessons of public radio fundraising during his crowd funding campaign.Share
iJustine tests iMotion's eye tracking technology in an action packed paintball session.Share
Comedian, best selling author and technology expert Baratunde Thurston visits book lover and entrepreneur Aurora Anaya Cerda in this episode of FUNDED. They discuss how her passion for literature led her to open La Casa Azul Bookstore in the heart of El Barrio in Harlem.Share
iJustine visits with Scott Defelice, founder and CEO of Oxford Performance Center. She'll find out how they are using 3d printing to create replacement parts for the human body.Share
Comedian, best selling author and technology expert Baratunde Thurston visits the founders of Sword & Plough in this episode of FUNDED. He learns how by recycling and repurposing military gear with a fashionable touch, and working with veterans, they create sturdy and sophisticated products, whose sale will empower veteran employment, reduce waste and strengthen civil-military understanding.Share
In this episode of FUNDED comedian, best selling author and technology expert Baratunde Thurston visits the space Nikola Tesla once envisioned would be his laboratory and sees how a successful viral crowd funding has saved it from being demolished.Share