Mitch Altman may be best known for inventing a one-button universal remote control called TV-B-Gone, used for turning off TVs in public places. But he’s also the co-founder of Noisebridge, a hacker-space in San Francisco. He joins us as part of our “First Person” series featuring the leaders, innovators and other compelling characters who make the Bay Area unique.
KQED’s QUEST takes a tour of Noisebridge with Mitch Altman:
Mitch Altman, CEO of Cornfield Electronics and co-founder of Noisebridge hacker-space in San Francisco, a collaboratively run place providing tools and community support for a variety of creative projects