Mitch Aletman,the father of World Maker,joins the Newton Advisory team

newtonproject on 2019.04.13

Mitch Altman, known as “father of the  modern maker movement,” joined Newton as an Advisor.

Altman, a well-known hacker and inventor, a pioneer in virtual reality, and an early promoter of hackerspaces, founded Cornfield Electronics. As early as the 1980’s, he served VPL labs and led the invention of virtual reality. In 2004, he invented the one-touch universal remote TV-B-Gone, and he later invented the “Brain Machine,” synchronizing people’s brain waves with light pulses and sound, hypnotizing people into an alternate state of mind. Altman will help Newton improve technologies like NewIoT, enrich its product line, and expand its international influence.

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