Sónar+D started yesterday with the CEO of Kickstarter’s conference. In Yancey Stickler‘s opening keynote, “Inspiring creative freedom”, the public had an important role, he spoke for 30 minutes with them about Kickstarter and how it recently arrived in Spain among other topics.
Jim Kolmar (SxSW), Silvia Oviedo-Lopez (Pinterest), Christina Hug (The Makers Nation), Jordi Borràs (littleBits) Dan Gray (Monument Valley), Peter Rehberg, Amy Robinson, Rutger Wolfson and John Daniel F. Molero were other headliners on Thursday. As well, the first edition of workshops from Dirty Electronics, Queen Mary University and Arduino workshops were held along with the m-startup-barcelona round table on the first day.
Luciano, Carl Craig Kerri Chandler and Alexandre Cazac participated the Stem’s talk by Native Instruments, and Alex Arteaga, Luis Nacenta and Jean-Paul Thibaut were in the transient_senses lab seminar
The Start-up Competition by Ricoh completed the day. The winners were, in 3rd place, ticketing3D, in 2nd place, Natural Machines and the winner was Artomatix. The special mention prize of Keiretsu Forum went to FanFootage.