Tomomi Imura

Tomomi Imura

Nexmo - San Francisco, USA


Tomomi Imura (@girlie_mac) is an avid open web & open technology advocate, front-end engineer, and creator of HTTP Status Cats. As a day job, she works as a Sr. Developer Advocate at Nexmo in San Francisco.

From Software to Hardware: How Do I Track My Cat with JavaScript

November 28, 2016 5:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Kongress Hall
sdfdsfds Hardware & IoT

In the era of Internet of Things, connecting things to the mobile devices and web is becoming ubiquitous. You can control room light using your mobile phone. You can monitor your heart rate and weight on browser. JavaScript engineers like you already have skills to prototype ideas to build software, so why not hardware too?

Tomomi Imura, a front-end engineer with no background in electrical engineering, tells how she got started with hardware hacking with JavaScript, also talks about her recent fun project, KittyCam, a Raspberry Pi camera with cat facial detection to see when her cat is eating while being away from home.

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