Here’s what Digital-Vikings accomplished in 2014

In a recent newsletter, the “digital innovation studio” highlighted its work on Tech2Gether, 1313 Innovation and a slew of other projects.

Jordy Levy speaks at Wilmington's Tech2Gether conference.

(Photo courtesy of Tech2gether)

Full disclosure: Digital-Vikings partner organization 1313 Innovation is a founding sponsor of Delaware.

Digital-Vikings recently sent out a newsletter highlighting its best work of 2014. Here are the digital innovation studio’s greatest hits:

  • 1313 Innovation: “We launched the first Innovation Lab in Delaware. This highly creative environment gives you the ability to ideate with writeable walls, state of the art 3D printers and an interactive presentation room. It’s also our office, so stop by and see us!”
  • Tech2Gether: “We hosted the first 2-day tech conference to ever hit Delaware. The event drew industry thoughtleaders from across the country, a hands on Demo Pit to experience Google Glass, Oculus Rift, and Maker Space Presentations.” The event will be held again this year. It’s scheduled for Oct. 20-21.

Other accomplishments:

    • Gov. Jack Markell met with the Digital-Vikings team.
    • The first Google user group in Delaware was hosted at the space.
    • Kids camp — a place to inspire kids to start their own businesses — was started.
    • Digital-Vikings hosted a law enforcement lunch-and-learn with Google Glass.
    • Global Startup Weekend events were held at the space.
    • Digital-Vikings helped judge the UD Hackathon.
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