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Ian @ Dangerous Prototypes discusses survival in Shenzhen and Huaqiangbei Electronics Market etiquette, Jin @ FlyLin gives a short Chinese lesson. Morning discussions from Hacker Camp Shenzhen 2014, Thursday April 3rd. http://hackercampshenzhen.com
QFN, BGA, plastic connectors, other crazy advanced removal and replacement of surface mount components by a teacher at a Lande Mobile Repair School in Shenzhen China. Part of Hacker Camp Shenzhen 2014 http://hackercampshenzhen.com
Trev from the UK talks about his experience in Shenzhen, China. There's more and more hackers visiting Shenzhen to check out the world's largest electronics market and manufacturing ecosystem. This semi-regular series asks who they are and what they found.
Connie @ Arcbotics discusses import and export from China, Lily and Ben talk about sourcing agents, and Tully covers shipping. Morning discussions from Hacker Camp Shenzhen 2014, Friday April 4th. http://hackercampshenzhen.com
Darshan from India talks about his experience in Shenzhen, China. There's more and more hackers visiting Shenzhen to check out the world's largest electronics market and manufacturing ecosystem. This semi-regular series asks who they are and what they found.
*Pause the video and select "1440s HD" under Quality (the little gear icon) or this will look awful and pixilated!* (You can click and drag to look around or use the WASD keys.) Here's the 360º camera I use: http://amzn.to/2p2Zhnb There are English subtitles- make sure they are turned on. Support my channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sexycyborg I was having some trouble with my MacBook so I took it to my friend Mr. Li at the Hua Qiang Bei Electronics Street. He does component level repairs- reflow and everything so you don't have to replace the whole board at the Apple store. I thought it would be fun to shoot just some video, normal people hanging out and having a chat. As you can see I'm super talkative haha. Oh, and the problem turned out to be that the port on my external d...
Bunnie Huang, a Research Affiliate for the MIT Media Lab with a PhD at MIT in EE, shares some stories about crossing the gap from a single home-made prototype to mass production, using supply chain services located in the Shenzhen area of China.
*Pause the video and select "1440s HD" under Quality (the little gear icon) or this will look awful and pixilated!* (You can click and drag to look around or use the WASD keys.) Here's the 360º camera I use: http://amzn.to/2p2Zhnb Support my channel on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sexycyborg Litchee Lab is one of three or four real Makerspaces here in Shenzhen. It's run by the amazing Lit Liao, you can read more about her and Litchee Lab here: http://www.litchee.cn Also in the video is Janek Mann, a resident Maker at the space: https://github.com/makerdic/makerdic/wiki It's the first time I've done any kind of an interview video, so it's a bit unprofessional. Will do better next time😊
Pooya from Iran talks about his experience in Shenzhen, China. There's more and more hackers visiting Shenzhen to check out the world's largest electronics market and manufacturing ecosystem. This semi-regular series asks who they are and what they found.
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Ian @ Dangerous Prototypes discusses office hunting and life in Shenzhen. Jin @ FlyLin shares his experience hiring short term labor for kitting and assembly. Chester details the types of companies foreigners can start in China, and how to get a work visa. Morning discussions from Hacker Camp Shenzhen 2014, Saturday April 5th. Presentations, pictures, and overview at http://hackercampshenzhen.com
Samy Kamkar is well known for many things, but lately it has been his hardware security hacks that have been turning heads. The nice thing to know is that, despite not having a background in hardware, Samy is able to run with the best of hardware researchers. At the Hackaday SuperConference he offered words of advice for anyone trying to walk the path of discovery with an exciting new piece of electronics. One might say it's a crash-course in how to be a hardware hacker. Read the article: Learn more about Samy Kamkar: Learn more about the Hackaday SuperConference
Andrew 'Bunnie' Huang is a noted open source hardware designer, author of an XBOX hacking book, and architect behind the Chumby. He welcomed us into his personal workshop while we were in Singapore for a tour and a few cold Tiger Beers. First there's a tour of Bunnie's workshop that includes highlights like the pile of SMD part reels, BGA re-balling equipment, and redundant internet connection. Bunnie visits the giant parts markets and manufacturing hub in Shenzhen, China at least once a month, so in part two we ask about his experiences buying parts and working in Hua Qiang Bei. A huge thanks to Bunnie for meeting up with us. More on this video: http://dangerousprototypes.com/?p=55639 Bunnie's blog: http://www.bunniestudios.com/
100+ registrants. 10 best teams. 3 tasks. Silicon Valley-modeled Hackathons have been a mainstay for TechCrunch Disrupt since they were first started. Each team has only 24 hours to complete product design and development and present their project to the judges. Event: TechCrunch Hackathon, 2017 Location: I-Factory, Shenzhen, China Sponsors: Mobike, Segway Robotic, Dianrong Organizers: TechCrunch, Technode Winners: Roadshr/Fun Tech/MobikeGO/Community Invest/Loomo Tag/马钉/Basement hacker/Tmono friends/你敢吗/拓矽 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- More info about TC TechCrunch Hachathon: http://tc.technode.com/2017/en/hackathon/ More info about TechCrunch: https://techcrunch.com/ More info about Technode: http://techn...
In this weeks episode, SOE follows a group of Electronic Engineers, Makers, Entrepreneurs and Startups on an innovation tour to Shenzhen China. The eleven participants introduce themselves and prepare for an incredible tour of Chinese factories, Maker Faire Shenzhen, the Huaqiangbei electronics markets and more. The group consists of tour leader Vela Georgiev, participants Andy Gelme, Brian Gilbert, Jon Oxer, Kemal Ajay, Liam Brennan, Noor Magesh, Sarah Last, Tom Partridge, Simon Holmes a Court and yours truly. Along the way, I interview Hacker and Activist Andrew "bunnie" Huang, Kevin Lau from Makernet China, Zack Shelby from micro:bit, Sherry Huss from Maker Media and a cast of amazing makers, hackers and entrepreneurs. In upcoming episodes, SOE will look at the Maker Movement as it pert...
I built a like-new(but really refurbished) iPhone 6S 16GB entirely from parts I bought in the public cell phone parts markets in Huaqiangbei. And it works! How much did it cost? Answer here: https://youtu.be/-KucQDXnKws I've been fascinated by the cell phone parts markets in Shenzhen, China for a while. I'd walked through them a bunch of times, but I still didn't understand basic things, like how they were organized or who was buying all these parts and what they were doing with them. So when someone mentioned they wondered if you could build a working smartphone from parts in the markets, I jumped at the chance to really dive in and understand how everything works. Well, I sat on it for nine months, and then I dove in. More details at: https://strangeparts.com/how-i-made-my-own-iph...
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Shenzhen I/O is the latest title from Zachtronics, creator of many fantastic logic puzzle games such as Spacechem, Infinifactory and TIS-100. Shenzhen I/O takes the coding mechanic of TIS-100 and adds in circuit design to the mix.
Any questions please email me at: NavSanya@gmail.com Watch I was wearing https://goo.gl/QfjEdA Backpack I use when traveling https://goo.gl/4MHTxa Huaqiangbei is a gigantic electronics parts market in the middle of Shenzhen, China. To explore it is to enter an Aladdin’s cave where almost everything you need to build a computer or smartphone - or 100 or 1,000 of them - is available Huaqiangbei the ground floor of one of the electronics malls in Shenzhen’s famed Huaqiangbei district. Huaqiangbei is a stretch of large malls and shops in the Southern Chinese province, and due to its proximity to some of the manufacturing superfactories in the city, it has a cluster of malls that specializes in carrying tech goods. These electronics malls generally start out with booths on the ground floor a...
Do you need help/advice sourcing bulks of devices out of Shenzhen? You can now get support and sourcing service from me at http://armdevices.net/sourcing/ and from my new team of experts in Shenzhen to connect you with the best prices, the best quality, the most reliable Shenzhen factories making Tablets, HDMI Sticks, Smartphones, Laptops, Wearables and any of the other emerging devices from the Shenzhen tech market. For a fixed fee of $500, you can talk to me on video-chat (Google Hangout or Skype) for at least 1 hour at a time of your choosing, I'll tell you what I know for what you want to know, and you get to be connected by emails with my sourcing expert partners here in Shenzhen. We will do our best to get you to the best possible prices/features for the devices that you are looking...
I love my iPhone, but it doesn't have a headphone jack! So I decided to add my own. For real. How I made an iPhone in China video: https://youtu.be/leFuF-zoVzA Share this video: https://youtu.be/utfbE3_uAMA Subscribe to the channel here: https://goo.gl/qeurxc 4 months, 7 custom circuit boards designs, 3 disassembled iPhones later, it works. It's the first modern iPhone with a headphone jack - the only one like it in the world. More details here (and answers to all your questions): http://strangeparts.com/bringing-back-the-iphone-headphone-jack-in-china/ For diehard Strange Parts fans, go here to find out more about how to get a limited edition headphone jack circuit board: http://strangeparts.com/headphones The design is completely open source! Go here to find out more: http://github...
You're watching INSIDER TV - the insider's guide to the world's most exciting cities! SUBSCRIBE HERE: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TTVasia Be on the look out for several insider Tips within the show! The city of Shenzhen was a center of the salt monopoly especially during the Han Dynasty, thus placing the area under special Imperial protection. The Central Government and the Guangdong Provincial Government decided to rename Bao'an County into Shenzhen City by March of 1979. In May 1980, Shenzhen was designated as the first Special Economic Zone (SEZ) by the State Council. Here's your essential Shenzhen Travel Guide this June 2015 - our host Kayli Lum tours you around the best places to eat, drink, shop, and play in city of Shenzhen. Shenzhen has three major trai...
Shenzhen is an awesome energy packed place with shopping bazaars and malls everywhere you turn. If you are looking for inexpensive and bargain shopping while your staying in Hong Kong then Shenzhen is the place to go !! Visa on arrival cost was 168 Yuan (Chinese money - must be paid in Yuan - not hong kong dollar). (i have an Australian passport but cost does not vary that much). Most Hong Kong ATMS give RMB (Yuan). If you have any questions, leave a comment below (or contact me on social media (links below). Thumbs up and subscribe for more travel adventures :) For travel information, costs, must see attractions, how to work and travel abroad long term and itineraries check out http://www.nomadgirl.co Hong Kong Daily expenses - v's Melbourne (a cost break down) http://www.nomadgir...
Join me on a magic carpet ride throughout Shenzhen! In this video, I share what it's like to live in Shenzhen, including where to go, what to do, and what to expect. * Please Note: I no longer live in China and have since moved back to the United States. Although I'm delighted to have shared a lot of my Asian adventures, I understand you may have many other questions about how to live and work in China. As you might realize, I get a lot of e-mails with questions, and unfortunately I do not have the time to get back to every request. If you are in urgent need of support and would like to arrange time for a paid consultation where I will give you my best advice, please message me. All the best to your adventures abroad!
Today's itinerary: OCT Bay, Shekou Sea World, Houhai Area, Nanao Ancient Town, Europe Town for a quick stop at IKEA for lunch, driving along Shennan Blvd., Dafen Oil Painting Village, Longhua New District/Bantian I rented a car again to show Dirk and Jessy a bit around in Shenzhen before they were going back home. They were exploring the city before by metro and visited places like the Shenzhen Museum, Lianhuashan Park, Lichi Park, Window of the World and the two major shopping areas of Dongmen and Huaqianbei on their own. So it was time to shown them a bit more of Shenzhen and it's different places and faces. Shenzhen is always referred to as a city without history that went from a fishing village to a modern metropolis in 30 years. But there is far more to see, explore and discover then...
You're watching INSIDER TV - the insider's guide to the world's most exciting cities! Here's your essential Shenzhen travel guide this February 2018! Our celebrity Insiders tour you around the best places to eat, drink, shop, and play in city of Shenzhen. Here are the top destinations you don't want to miss: 1. 24-Hour Guide to Experiencing Shenzhen 2. Bionic Brew - where one of the original craft beer in Shenzhen is found 3. Jardin Orange - an artist residency to integrate and develop contemporary arts 4. Baia Da Marco Restaurant that offers authentic Italien/ Mediterranean cuisine 5. Muine - a Vietnamese Restaurant inside Gardern City that offers excellent authentic Vietnamese dishes 5. Shenzhen's Top 5 Attractions: Coco Park, Dameisha Beach, Window of the World & Splendid China Park...
We reach mainland china after our Hongkong trip which is in Shenzhen. Shenzhen is completely different with Hongkong, from the language, the culture and the people also different, and mostly all kind of food and accommodation is more cheaper than Hongkong. Still alot of things we need to explore in Shenzhen but we are limited with time we have, definitely Shenzhen city is a city that we need to come to visit again in the future. Enjoy the video please subscribe, like and Comment Gear that iam use: Panasonic G7 (Kit lens 14-42) Gopro Hero Entry Level Music by : Shenyang by Kevin MacLeod (http://incompetech.com) is licensed under a Creative Commons license (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b...).
Shenzhen is a great city, situated opposite Hong Kong in southeastern China. It is one of the biggest destinations I have arrived at so far, marking the last big city before I get to Vietnam. Ill be hanging out here for a month while I accomplish some mini “goals”… I have a talk at a international school, some road testing of the trike, a workout regiment, some visits to Hong Kong and a bunch of other things. So follow me as I take an initial ride of the city. All the points in this video are mapped out on the JaYoe Map page, so if you are interested to go exploring yourself… you will know where to go. Check out the map page at: http://jayoe.com/map/# If you are interested in getting the recumbent trike I use, do not hesitate to click on this link - http://jayoe.com/hpvelotechnikdir...
You're in Shenzhen and you don't know what to do? Come with me and I'll show you! What to do Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/letusshowyou Tianjin (Jiaozi guy) https://www.youtube.com/user/austinguidry2 Huizhou (C-milk) https://www.youtube.com/user/laowhy86 Zhaoqing (The Beard) https://www.youtube.com/user/Nujtik Join me on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/winstoninchina Twitter: @serpentza
A brief introduction of Shenzhen from 10 years experience here. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For people importing from China, check my blog for tips for your China sourcing. https://www.chicksourcing.com/blog
I haven't visited this place for a long while now and finally made our way back here, it was great time and I am happy that I could meet up with my family and walked around the beautiful city. Shenzhen is one of my favorites city in China, there are so much to see. Many other cool places in the city we didn't have time to revisit again in this trip, we did find something new in the city, it was just brilliant journey, we enjoyed the time there. Want to see the panorama view of the city in 4K and 360? https://youtu.be/q1Ois3KOFLo
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