More than ever, many members of Kaleidos went solo with their own projects on this ΠWEEK winter edition. Some kaleiders made improvements in personal projects and some others started from scratch. Investing a whole week on your own can be challenging as well as gratifying. Enjoy the reading just as we enjoyed discovering the following initiatives on the demo day.
PIWEEKs are an end in themselves. They seek to experiment, allow us to innovate and, along the way, come across new tools, face frustrations that are different from those of everyday life, and collaborate with colleagues who we don’t usually work with.
About pixel art, medical data, holidays and archery projects: open source and available in their respective repositories.
For the first time in 5 editions, we could finally meet in person again, during the 22nd edition of our PIWEEK (Personal Innovation Week). Woohoo! Well, actually it was a hybrid version of it: some kaleiders stayed home and some others combined their home desk with the re-experience of sharing the office.
About pixel-art and VR games, sites to keep your recipes online or to keep track of your mead brews, an online whiteboard or how to access your medical data.
How many times have you mentioned spending some quality time on a super cool project that could let you look into a new technology or explore new tools but you’ve never had time to do so?
If you’re looking for a different way to open up your retrospectives, your meetings or workshops of any kind, Exquis could be the perfect tool for a fun warm up or ice breaking session. Exquis is an online tool to create collaborative surrealist images.
A punto de dar comienzo a la XX edición de nuestra Semana de Innovación Personal -PIWEEK-, ¡sí 20 ediciones ya!, no queríamos pasar por alto qué tal se desarrolló la de diciembre de 2020.
Hay peques que no lo tienen nada fácil para hacer los deberes. Problemas motores (como los provocados por la hemiparesia, un tipo de parálisis cerebral) ) hacen que les sea complicado (o imposible) escribir manejando un lápiz. Pero, ¿y si hubiera una aplicación que les permitiera rellenar “fichas” desde un ordenador? Esa herramienta es Los deberes de Irene, un software gratuito y open-source que pueden descargar padres y profes.