Stanford University's Cool Product Expo (CPX) is a showcase of products at the intersection of manufacturing, design, and cool. This year will feature radically innovative products from over 35 firms and the folks behind them. Admission is free to the public.
This year’s CPX will feature advanced clean technology from BMW’s hydrogen 7, a solar car, the all-electric Tesla Roadster, and Wrightspeed X1 (an electric car that goes 0-60 in 3 seconds) to portable fuel cells and wind generators. Guests can check out what’s trailblazing in green, or explore a personal sport aircraft, a 3D immersive vest, an online game economics engine, DNA screening, a lighting solution for millions of people in developing countries, a neural interface for consumer electronics, … and a lot more diverse, innovative products all connected by cool design.
Stanford's goal in organizing the event is to help enrich the community’s appreciation for product design and technology, so admission is free and open to everyone.
Official Website: http://coolproductexpo.stanford.edu
Added by tnguyen on March 17, 2008