About this Video
2017 TEDxBeaconStreet Interview with Zach Fischer. In 4th grade, Zach got to watch his computer explode. It was the coolest thing he’d ever seen, and it sparked huge curiosity and an obsession with taking things apart.
Six years later, he was shown a biofeedback sensor that costs hundreds of dollars. In a matter of days, he redesigned it for $7. Zach presents his life of perpetual curiosity with fun and humor. Hardware oriented , film maker, hacker, musician.
About the Speaker
Hardware oriented , film maker, hacker, musician.