Where Rio de Janeiro, a few hours up the coast, delights tourists with its beautiful scenery and relaxed beach lifestyle, São Paulo often horrifies visitors.Dubbed ‘blade-runner in the tropics’ by the Serbian-born musician DJ Suba, who was one of Brazil’s most important producers, the city can seem, at first, like a dystopic mess of concrete towers and roads which continue endlessly into a shimmering grey horizon.Conducting to different dancers’ preferred tempos and phrasing isn’t an easy feat, but the maestro did an admirable job.
Mariel Reiss (BBA '16)TBD (Kavanagh) - A mobile phone case that allows users to receive notifications at the rate they want to, with the aesthetic they please, while being pleasant enough to rest on a table and not disturb the user or others.
This border was built over the last few decades by immigrants to the city.
Finding jobs but nowhere to live they began building their own homes on the outskirts of São Paulo.
Rajeev Jotwani (CSE '18), Kelsey Knickerbocker (BA '18), Sarah Wood (BBA '18)Pedal Cell - The first consumer-oriented bicycle generator that is both practical, convenient and extremely powerful.
Adam Hokin (BBA '19), Rajal Patel (BA '19), Sai Ramesh (BSE '18)Renw - Renw aims to enable users to monetize distributed power generated at their households and use it as an easily transferable payment tool.