SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 29, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- On September 21-22, 2016, Dent:Space will illustrate the future of space exploration at the Innovation Hangar in San Francisco at the Palace of Fine Arts (formerly the Exploratorium museum). With two stages of fascinating speakers and a World's Fair-like set of interactive demos, Dent:Space topics will span the technological, artistic, commercial, scientific, educational and DIY aspects of space exploration.
Dent:Space is a provocation and a celebration of humans breaking the status quo of who can be involved and what can be achieved in space. Modern technology means that the kinds of work that used to require NASA supercomputers can be done as a hobby. The handoff from government to commercial space activity is well underway, and there are amazing opportunities for enthusiasts to become entrepreneurs, and to meaningfully contribute to what we know, and where we go, in the universe.
This event is for anyone interested in space and the future of space exploration, and how they might be able to contribute their skills to it through software, design, hardware, entrepreneurship and collaborative efforts.
Attend Dent:Space in two ways: for free, for the general sessions, workshops and exploration hall, or as a VIP for $599, which includes industry cocktail networking parties, lunches, private Q&As and dedicated space for doing business at the event.
When: September 21-22, 2016
The Innovation Hangar, San Francisco
3601 Lyon Street
San Francisco, Calif. 94123
There is ample parking at the venue, and additional parking is available at the Marina Green and Crissy Field across Marina Blvd.
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SOURCE Dent the Future