We are excited to have NYC Apps co-organizing this event with us!
This month we are focusing on Creative Experiences with Google Glass, and we've put together just the right mix of Artists & Developers to keep you inspired. The evening promises to be a lot of fun!
7:00 pm - Pre-party sponsored by Swill
7:15 pm - Discussion on the latest in the mobile landscape
7:30 pm - Presentations
8:30 pm - Networking
9:00 pm - After-party
Clayton Roulhac-Carr, Artist
Clayton Roulhac-Carr is an American photographer/Artist of Afro-French descent. Born September 14, 1987 in Brooklyn, New York. He was taught by his mother at the age of six how to compose and take an image with a polaroid 600. Today, he is driven by art, light and popular culture. He believes that technology is the future and strives to integrate new technologies into his art.
A view into pop culture and his life through Google Glass. He will be exploring the industries of music, art, and cinema and creating time capsules through the photographic and video features of Glass. 3rd and 1st person view of the creation of art and culture will be presented.
Dr. Ned T. Sahin, Neuroscientist, Harvard University
Dr. Ned T. Sahin is a neuroscientist (PhD & MS from Harvard and MIT), an entrepreneur (ran projects at a couple startups, at Bell Labs, and a global software company), and a technologist (engineers hardware and software); and he has been a Glass Explorer since August. After his postdoc (UCSD & Salk), he started Brain Power, LLC to make neuro-assistive wearables and brain-computer interfaces, has grown a team of about 10, and is hiring.
Zack Freedman, Professional Hardware Hacker, Voidstar Lab
Zack Freedman is a professional hardware hacker specializing in wearable technology. In 2011, Zack founded Voidstar Lab, the mercenary hardware hacker agency, to bring the rebel-genius ethos of the Maker movement to anyone with a visionary idea and a fat bankroll. He believes that by making wearable technology a critical part of daily life, humans will take the first steps to overcoming their biological quirks.
Han Vu, Media Producer, LampHouse Pictures
Han Vu is a Media Producer at the Bard Graduate Center, New York. He received his MA from Bard College in the History of Decorative Arts. Since 1998, he has been producing and designing interactive media for art exhibition in museums in North America and Europe. In those years, he has produced over 80 films and media projects spanning a variety of art subjects. In addition, he has spearheaded the use and implementation of digital media for museums and galleries for everyday workflow and archival solutions. Recently, he is working on new approaches for museum interpretations that aim to rethink and redefine what interpretations are and how they are presented.
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More info can be viewed at NYCTech.co
We look forward to seeing all of you soon!
- NYC Apps & GoogleGlassNYC Teams
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