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Past Adventures

July 29, 2017: Jr. James Bond Adventure

Ryan Pamplin Jay Alexander Adam Cheyer

Pioneers: Ryan Pamplin, Jay Alexander, Adam Cheyer
As a fund-raiser for the Healdsburg School, the Xperience Aventure Club held a special triple-billed, James Bond-themed experience, with three of our top pioneers. Our Adventurers were taken inside of the latest Augmented Reality technology, were shown the Jedi mind tricks of a mental magician, and learned some inside secrets of artificial intelligence from the creator of Siri.

June 16, 2016: Stratosphere Exploration with Alan Eustace

Alan Eustace stratosphere exploration

Pioneer: Alan Eustace
In this adventure, the Xperience Aventure Club attended a special screening of the documentary "14 Minutes from Earth", and then participated in a Q & A session with Alan Eustace, the protagonist of the movie, a former Google Executive who broke the world record for the highest freefall dive from the stratosphere.

December 12, 2013: Flying Submarine with Graham Hawkes

Graham Hawkes deepflight

Pioneer: Graham Hawkes
Meet amazing Pioneer Graham Hawkes, who has invented a series of electric submersibles that use avionics principles underwater. Vessels like the Deep Flight Super Falcon In this adventure, you will have an opportunity to get behind the controls of the Deep Flight Super Falcon, a craft designed to perform barrel rolls with dolphins and whales, and to be as nimble underwater as the largest creatures of the deep.

  • Images from our XAC Adventure


November 27, 2013: Bionic Exoskeletons with Nathan Harding

exoskeleton drones

Pioneer: Nathan Harding
In this adventure, you will go inside the labortories of Ekso Bionics, a company working on the US Government's "Tactical Assault Light Operator Suit, or TALOS" project, with the goal of creating a real-world Iron Man suit that gives "super powers" to military soldiers and to paralyzed patients. In the health care arena, the "wearable robots" not only enable paralyzed patients to walk (much better than a wheelchair), for stroke victims, the repetive "practice" of walking using the seat can actually remap brain cells and increase the patient's likelihood of walking again on their own. Our adventurers have had the opportunity to actually strap on a suit and see what the experience of wearing a bionic exoskeleton is like.


November 15, 2013: Artificial Intelligence with Adam Cheyer

brain brain

Pioneer: Adam Cheyer
Go inside the brain of Siri with a Founder and former Tech Lead of Apple's conversation-based Assistant. In this 1 hour session, you will learn about how Siri works, explore the wide range of things that Siri can do for you, discover "easter eggs" that nobody else knows, and part with a small gift that is exclusive to select team members who work on Siri at Apple.