Last night, we were in attendance for PULSE, the opening night party to kick off EDIT: Expo for Design, Innovation & Technology. EDIT is a multi-faceted, ultramodern event like you’ve never seen before, and you should go. Right now.

Picture a 150,000 square foot utopia where cricket ice cream combats global hunger, drones deliver blood to remote communities, medical supplies are 3D printed in outer space, and shipping containers are the future of farming. EDIT wants to make way for a new kind of design and technology; no, not a fancy phone that can unlock by scanning your face, but technology that can find solutions to complex global problems like hunger and limited medical supplies.

So what can you expect at EDIT? Talks, workshops, films, skill building, work sessions, networking, never-before-seen installations and exhibits…need we say more? Leave EDIT with a new perspective on the future of design and technology. This is the kind of innovate thinking we’ve been waiting for.

EDIT runs from now until October 8th at East Harbour (formerly Unilever soap factory) 21 Don Roadway. Pick up a $15 day pass or get the multi-day pass for $39 and experience it all! For hours and directions, go here.