A series of social events around town, and an opportunity to explore Portland and meet fellow XOXO attendees.All Passholders
On Friday, project creators from the Kickstarter Lab host a full day of workshops and demos on the ground floor of the YU. Open to the public and no registration required, so arrive early. Space will be limited. See the full schedule of talks and workshops.Art Design Workshops
Like Willy Wonka’s factory, the Panic office rarely opens its doors, but XOXO is your golden ticket. (Try the lickable wallpaper in the founder’s room.)Map Open House Snacks Drinks
Join the W+K team for hors d’oeuvres and drinks on their gorgeous rooftop. Don’t be late for your meeting in The Nest.Map Party Food Drinks
Kickstarter’s taking over the back room of the YU for the Kickstarter Lab — demos, workshops, and a live project.Open to Public
In the spirit of XOXO, Kickstarter’s running a project of their own—a book composed and funded entirely by XOXO attendees, designed, printed, and delivered at the festival itself in just three days. Each backer will get a page in the book to put whatever they want on: a photo, a story, a funny drawing... anything as long as fits on a 5x8 inch piece of paper.
A drawing aid that allows you to trace what you see, the first portable, authentic camera lucida to be manufactured in nearly a century. Funded by 11,406 backers on June 10, 2013.
A curious exploration of glitches in digital circuits transformed into textile art. Funded by 176 backers on September 10, 2012.
An inexpensive kit and iOS app that helps analyze unknown materials and contaminants in the environment. Funded by 1,633 backers on October 5, 2012.
Portland’s new annual interactive electronic arts festival dedicated to the art of salvaged sound. Funded by 44 backers on August 10, 2013.
A miniature slide projector for your Instagrams, Projecteo uses wheels of 35mm slide film you make online. Funded by 2,789 backers on December 19, 2012.