Product Realization Lab student-made bikes! furniture! lighting! sports gear! and MUCH MORE! Come see for yourself!
20 March 2015
Student-engineered HOOP-BOTS shoot baskets with the efficiency of the Splash Brothers!Two-minute sudden-death elimination rounds! The BOT with the highest score wins!
It’s WILD! It’s CRAZY! It’s STANFORD MECHATRONICS!
09 March 2015
Erica Estrada-Liou is a master at developing brilliant solutions that transform the lives of the least fortunate. In her one-hour Meet the Maker session, Estrada-Liou will give her inside view of how “design engineering” can tackle some seemingly intractable challenges in underserved communities.
Estrada-Liou is the co-founder of d.light design, a social enterprise that provides affordable light and power products to people living off of the electrical grid; Stanford Social Entrepreneurship Lab, which uses human-centered design to alleviate poverty and related social issues; and the developer of Design for Change: Poverty in America, a course in which students designed solutions to improve services for people experiencing homelessness.
Ken Martin (MS, Management Science and Engineering ’94, Biodesign fellow 2004-2005) shares his experiences applying the lessons of the Product Realization Lab to the care and feeding of startup medical device companies.
Martin is currently the President and CEO of Cibiem, Inc., a medical device company pioneering a novel treatment for hypertension and heart failure. Previously, he was the CEO of Sadra Medical, a percutaneous aortic valve company, which he successfully sold to Boston Scientific in 2011.
More than 100 brilliant STUDENT MAKERS from the Product Realization Lab present their AMAZING fall quarter projects! Products include innovations in sports equipment, consumer goods, education and health devices, agricultural tools, and MORE!
Stanford student teams pitch smartphone-controlled innovations for home automation, electrical equipment, extreme sports videography, gaming, and MORE! to a team of Silicon Valley investors. Which one will be most likely to make it into production? COME SEE FOR YOURSELF!
Robin Petravic MFA ’97 discusses the process by which he transformed HEATH Ceramics from a dilapidated factory to an industry juggernaut in California-made, artisan-created products of enduring beauty and purpose that enhance people’s lives
Matthew Lenoci MS '93 shares his insider’s look at MATTEO, the American sewn textiles manufacturing company he founded in 1996. MATTEO is one of very few textile manufacturers left in the United States. Matt will share his story of what MATTEO is doing to help re-awaken the spirit of “Made in America” while creating jobs and building community in East Los Angeles.
Curt Wilson, Vice President of
Engineering and Research at
Delta Tau Data Systems, will demo some amazing motion control
robots, explore the state of the art, and predict our robotic future.
More than 100 Product Realization Lab students will show their amazing projects! Come see bikes, furniture, lighting, sports gear, jewelry, Exploratorium exhibits, and MUCH MORE!
Product Realization Lab students transform big ideas into pathbreaking products. Come get a glimpse of the future!
What‘s the NEXT BIG THING? The next generation of Product Realization Lab grads—the NEXPERT MAKERS!—who are transforming our world will share their triumphs, tribulations, and telescopic views of the future with panel moderator SilverLake Kraftwerk Managing Director Adam Grosser.
Bitcoins aren’t the only superhot cryptocurrency making headlines! In the immortal words of Gordon Gecko, GREED IS GOOD!
Stanford Mechatronics students created BITBOTS that battle for BOTCOINS!
Come see the victorious BITBOT walk off with all the SAMOLEANS!
Beautiful and precious objects, magnificently designed and realized.
Meet Chris Haughey, the Co-founder and Head Elf at Tegu. Headquartered in Honduras, Tegu is a global pioneer in creating and manufacturing sustainable, joy-enhancing, community-building toys.
In this Meet the Makers Expert Session, Haughey will share his triumphs, tribulations, and telescopic view of the future.
KIRK HAWKINS is a former F-16 fighter pilot, seaplane instructor, SCUBA diver, and founder and CEO of ICON Aircraft.
Fortune called the ICON A5 aircraft “the Ferrari of the skies” and likens low-altitude sport flying to “off-road airspace for pilots who don’t want to fly at 30,000 feet going Mach 0.8.”
Hawkins will share the triumphs and tribulations of launching this pathbreaking venture, as well as his telescopic view of the future of recreational flying.
MICHAEL TOPOLOVAC, serial entrepreneur and creator of products that range from photography and sports gear to sex toys, will share triumphs, tribulations, and his telescopic view of the future.
PETER DREISSIGACKER, founder and CEO of Concept2, is the creator of the first viable, affordable composite racing oar, and designer/manufacturer of the best-selling rowing machine in the world.
Of the 84 boats that made it to the finals in the 2012 Olympic Games, a total of 59 were rowing with Concept2 oars.
Flexible Part Design student innovators present their fresh takes on sports equipment, audio accessories, lighting, kitchen tools, electronics, toys, and more. SEE FOR YOURSELF!
Product Realization Lab students present their AMAZING fall quarter projects! See innovations in sports equipment, consumer goods, education and health devices, agricultural tools, and MORE!
A panel of Silicon Valley investors choose the student-made smartphone-powered prototypes most likely to transform the home automation, electrical test equipment, extreme sports videography, and gaming markets.
Paolo Bosetti, Assistant Professor of Industrial and Mechanical Engineering, University of Trento, discusses LISA (Laser in Space Antenna that measures space gravity), Michelangelo (European automated manufactory system), and what these projects signal for the global manufacturing revolution.
One hundred life changing products by one hundred product realization lab students
Spring Class Show
Eleven original designs from Stanford students
Sumo senator robots. Two minute face-offs. Last SumoSenator standing avoids the Fiscal Cliff
Stanford students transform big ideas into transformative products.
Winter Class Show