[Video] TEDx in a Box, Take 2

November 2, 2011

in TED Stuff, Tools

Back in March I wrote about TEDx in a Box, a smart idea which challenged the assumption that you need a conference room for holding a conference. The concept is simple: pack a box with a portable pico-projector, a source (like a netbook) containing TED Talks and you can host your event wherever you are (a remote village in the middle of the savannah, a tent, your backyard wall), as long as you have a surface to project on. Now a further iteration of the concept has also made the need for an electrical socket (and a wall) non essential by packing a portable battery that can feed both the projector and the computer.

Update: the “official” TEDx blogpost on the TEDx in a box is here

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