Have you heard of Steam Kids? It’s an SAP Hybris educational initiative. In a nutshell, we’ve taken our knowledge around coding & hardware and worked on a day-long workshop program for kids. The tool we decided to use is the Calliope Mini, a microcontroller board similar to Arduino that focuses on teaching kids how to code.
Below is a quick video [de] that introduces our Steam Kids initiative. It was taken in November last year during our first workshop. We’re now just a few days ahead of the second workshop and roughly plan one per quarter. Have a look and get in touch if you’re in the Munich area and know of teachers/schools that would benefit.
It’s now been nearly six years since Hybris Labs was created. Labs went from being a two-man operation to becoming a fully grown (though not quite grown-up) team. And right now we’re in the middle of taking a further big step. Continue reading →
For quite some time now we’ve been looking for a good solution to capture feedback on our posts. Something more innovative than a thumbs up, a heart or stars. And here it comes! We are pleased to announce a collaboration with sensation.io, a startup born from two former colleagues and original Labs guys, Paul and Frederick. Continue reading →
Viewing virtual reality on a screen is like reading the script of an action film. Sure, you get the idea of the plot but you miss out on all the cool parts that define this genre. VR only works with a good VR headset. That’s why we unfortunately can’t show you an actual demo here. Especially, because we added Leap Motion to Signal, which allows you to use your own hands within the VR world. But we want try and give you an idea what it’s all about. Take a look…