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Through our TNT Tech Initiatives, Tech in the Tenderloin supports tech innovations that improve the lives of our communities by reducing obstacles to tech access, empowering residents and making their neighborhoods better places to live.
Current and Past Tech Initiatives
Live at the Black Hawk
Boeddeker Park, Tenderloin, SF
Launching August 2021
This public, community-benefit project will recreate the Tenderloin's world-famous Black Hawk Jazz Club in Augmented Reality (AR), reconnect residents and visitors with the neighborhood's rich tradition of innovation and inclusion, and provide a virtual art, music and history gallery for local youth and artists to showcase their works.
Sept 2018-Sept 2020
TeenTend mobile AR app
This innovative project was created by Faranak Razavi, founder of Naptime Studio and winner of Tech in the Tenderloin's 2017 TNT Tech Award. The first of its kind augmented reality app gave real-time, direct voice to youth, family and residents of the Tenderloin neighborhood and beyond by enabling them to visualize their feelings through the use of AR overlays onto their neighborhood as viewed through their mobile phones.
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