Category: Shape



The AT&T Entertainment Project short film challenge is now open for submissions!

by Dave Okamoto   Posted on 04.19.2017 04:43 PM
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AT&T Entertainment ProjectThe AT&T Entertainment Project is excited to announce our 2017 Short Film Challenge and we’re looking for talented filmmakers from around the U.S. who want their voices heard. We are now accepting submissions from emerging indie filmmakers and student filmmakers.

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What We Learned at Shape

by Andrea Morton   Posted on 08.22.2016 04:32 PM
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ATT_SHAPE_event On July 15th and July 16th, we took over AT&T Park in San Francisco, CA to put on a thought-provoking tech expo called Shape. Discover what some of the best minds of our time to come and speak at the event about how technology is transforming our lives. Learn about the latest advancements in Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR), and robotics.

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Shape Hackathon recap: Robots, rides, and innovative apps

by Andrea Morton   Posted on 08.15.2016 03:54 PM
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ATT_SHAPE_Winners” width= Developers came to AT&T Park in San Francisco to attend the Shape Hackathon and competed for over $100,000 in cash and prizes. They were able to build apps for three different challenge areas (each with a bevy of individual challenges): Smart Cities, Internet of Things (IoT), and NextGen Video. See which apps won.

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How Shape Semifinalists turned an artwork project for an elementary school fundraising auction into an interactive crystal ball

by Andrea Morton   Posted on 07.21.2016 03:21 PM
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04_Crystal_Ball_Series Learn about Future Tense, a series of artworks we hope will evoke the same responses as other powerful artworks: curiosity, surprise, wonder, passion, and much more. It will contain at least three hundred and sixty-five specially-created and/or curated short silent films and adventures, one for each day of the year.

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Shape Day 2: Thought-provoking speakers, winners, and innovative exhibits

by Andrea Morton   Posted on 07.19.2016 08:45 AM
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Shape Jared LetoThe second day of Shape at AT&T Park was filled with amazing speakers, Maker Camp Live for kids, exhibits featuring VR, robots, and the latest in video technology, and winners…. lots and lots of winners.

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Shape Challenge semifinalist ResSpot aims to disrupt the emergency services landscape

by Andrea Morton   Posted on 07.18.2016 12:03 PM
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ResSpot-logo Referred to as an “Uber” for emergencies, meet Shape Challenge Smart Cities semifinalist ResSpot. The ResSpot aims to offer access to virtually all of the world’s emergency numbers, service providers, real-time alerts, and users’ personal health and insurance information in one place.

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Day 1 photo recap: Celebrating innovation at Shape with exhibits, fun tech, and inspiring ideas

by Andrea Morton   Posted on 07.16.2016 05:46 PM
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ATT_SHAPE_2016_00467 Get a look at all the activities happening on the first day of AT&T Shape including the hackathon, an engaging conversation with the Golden State Warriors VP of Marketing at Digital, and presentations from Shape Challenge semifinalists.

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Shape Challenge finalist Yopine wants to provide new ways to foster audience engagement

by Glen German   Posted on 07.15.2016 10:41 PM
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Cf3It1wWIAAL0rAShape Challenge finalist Yopine shows how making networks smarter can help them work not as hard to deliver interesting and relevant content to targeted users.

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How to add voice to your app with Nuance Mix at the Shape Hackathon

by Andrea Morton   Posted on 07.15.2016 06:32 PM
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Nuance Mix First and foremost, we’re really excited to be here in San Francisco at the AT&T Shape Hackathon this year. We’re in town to give all Shape hackers special access to our Nuance Mix web-tools to build custom voice and natural language interfaces for apps and IoT devices.

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To Advance Digital Health, Open Your API and say “Ahh!”

by Andrea Morton   Posted on 07.15.2016 09:19 AM
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AT&T Park 2 Withings has always prided itself on supporting an open API. The data is particularly valuable, as it comes from a connected health company that prides itself on leading the connected health revolution. Find out why open APIs are important for companies like Withings.

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