Bay Area: Join us next week 1/18 to talk about very intimate hardware design

January 11, 2017

Enlarge / At the Crave factory in San Francisco, Q/A tests the products’ components. (credit: Jordan Kushins)

The first 2017 episode of Ars Technica Live is next week on January 18 at Longitude, Oakland’s very own tiki bar! Join Ars Technica editors Cyrus Farivar and Annalee Newitz as they sit down with industrial designer Ti Chang for a conversation about hardware design, crowdfunding, and how to build the perfect vibrator.

Chang is the co-founder and VP of design for Crave, a San Francisco-based company specializing in discreet and luxury sex toys. She leads the concept and design for the company’s full line of products, which has won numerous awards including Red Dot, IDEA, and Good Design.

Filmed before a live audience, each episode of Ars Technica Live is a speculative, informal conversation between Ars hosts and an invited guest. The audience, drawn from Ars Technica’s readers, is invited to join the conversation and ask questions. These aren’t soundbite setups; they are deep cuts from the frontiers of research and creativity.

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