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Thursday, September 11 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm
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Session Description: Check out traditional bookbinding right here in San Francisco when you visit DODOcase, the Bay Area’s premier iPad case manufacturer. Craig Dalton, CEO and Co-Founder, will walk you through the company’s Dogpatch headquarters, which includes a Stitchery, Silkscreening Studio, Bookbindery, Woodshop and Foil Stamping Station) and show you how DODOcase's skilled craftsmen make beautiful products to meet today's modern needs using age-old techniques. You will also be able to take a ride into the world of Virtual Reality with the new DODOcaseVR Smartphone Viewer, the company’s latest product inspired by Google Cardboard to support mobile VR experiences in a cost-effective and attainable way.


Craig Dalton

CEO/Co-Founder, DODOcase

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Thursday September 11, 2014 1:30pm - 2:30pm
DODOcase 2525 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA, 94107
  • Sort by Neighborhood Dogpatch-Mission Bay-Potrero Hill
  • Company Description At DODOcase, we foster creativity while protecting inspired human endeavors from extinction. We create a human connection between craftsmen and consumers, and aspire to create unexpected joy and fun. Our growing team of professional woodworkers, bookbinders, sewers and silk screeners share a common vision of striving for excellence and building quality products.