We are excited to have NYC Apps co-organizing this event with us!
This month we are focusing on Creative Experiences with Google Glass, & 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 & take an image with a polaroid 600. Today, he is driven by art, light & popular culture. He believes that technology is the future & strives to integrate new technologies into his art.
A view into pop culture & his life through Google Glass. He will be exploring the industries of music, art, & cinema & creating time capsules through the photographic & video features of Glass. 3rd & 1st person view of the creation of art & culture will be presented.
Dr. Ned T. Sahin, Neuroscientist, Harvard University
Dr. Ned T. Sahin is a neuroscientist (PhD & MS from Harvard & MIT), an entrepreneur (ran projects at a couple startups, at Bell Labs, & a global software company), & a technologist (engineers hardware & software); & he has been a Glass Explorer since August. After his postdoc (UCSD & Salk), he started Brain Power to make neuro-assistive wearables & brain-computer interfaces, has grown a team of about 10, & 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 & 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 & designing interactive media for art exhibition in museums in North America & Europe. In those years, he has produced over 80 films & media projects spanning a variety of art subjects. In addition, he has spearheaded the use & implementation of digital media for museums & galleries for everyday workflow & archival solutions. Recently, he is working on new approaches for museum interpretations that aim to rethink & redefine what interpretations are & how they are presented.
Twitter accounts to follow for this event:
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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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