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With Kailu Guan (CoLab Fellow, IDEO), Tiffany Huang (Taiwanese Designer), David Katz (Virtual Reality VR Designer, Sensorium Works), Eric Corriel (Faculty, School of Visual Arts).
Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 07:00 PM    Cost: $15
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We've scoured the art, design, & technology field to bring you exciting emerging individuals & companies who are experimenting with new technologies that focus on the interaction between content & people. From content development to delivery, the showcase will feature both digital & analog technologies that blend the physical & digital world.

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7.00 - 7.30 PM: THEWARM UPDoors open, food & light bites

7.30 - 7.50 PM:THE APPETIZERA prominent speaker will kickoffthe conversation with industry nuggets.

7.50 - 8.45 PM:THE ENTREEExplore, play, & check out the demos

8.45 - 9.00 PM:THE DESSERTThank yous & continue those sweet conversations across the street at Entwine



KG Projects:KailuGuan & Tiffany Huang, Interactive Clothing / AR

Kailu Guan is a fashion designer with a combination of fashion design, material/textile design, augmented reality, & wearable technology.Kailu won industry recognition when she was selected as one of the fifties CFDA+ Design Graduates globally, & was the finalist of prestigious awards Eyes on Talents. She was chosen to display her work at a wide range of exhibitions & conferences within both the technology & fashion industry, such as Talent! at the New York Textile Month, NYC Media Lab Annual Technology Conference, Hacking Arts at MIT Media Lab, & etc. KG projects was covered by publications such as Dezeen, WWD, Fashionista, Viewpoint, Paper, Computer Arts & more. Kailu recently joined the IDEO CoLab fellowship & participated in personal artificial intelligence projects. Prior to KG projects, Kailu was recruited to work on consulting projects for Intel, Panasonic, & Herms on wearable technology & business strategy. She also has working experience with Uniqlo in Tokyo, the CFDA, & Jason Wu. Having great passion for entrepreneurship, Kailu started her start-up journey with Popshop in New York City.

Tiffany Huang is a Taiwanese designer born in the USA. After moving to New York to study at Parsons School of Design, she developed a passion for textiles, learning techniques such as tambour beading, machine knitting, embroidery, weaving. As a designer, she is always finding new possibilities of using materials, using it to create a dialogue that goes on between textiles & the human body. During her time at Parsons, she won the Kering X Empowering Imagination Award & her thesis collection was featured on She participated in the first Luxottica x Parsons glasses design competition & won first place with her teammates. She was selected as a finalist for the Politecnico Calzaturiero shoe sponsorship, semifinalist for Designer of the Year at Parsons, finalist for Eyes on Talents Innovation Award, & was also one of the chosen collections to show at the 2016 Parsons Benefit Fashion Show & Saks & 5th Avenue windows.

David Katz,Sensorium

Sensorium Works is a creative studio operating at the intersection of art, technology, & new media, a team committed to collaborations that push the boundaries of virtual reality.

Sharif Hadid, Sound & Projection Mapping

Sharif Hadidi is a software engineer, designer, & masters candidate at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program graduating in 2018. Sharif has worked in the past as a manager, software engineer, team leader, & freelance developer/designer for 4 years in San Francisco before moving to the East Coast to begin his Master's program. Technology has been a passion for Sharif since a young age. He hopes to use his skills & education to help improve the lives of others. He has chosen to combine his passion & interests to improve the world & work on meaningful projects that can one day be used by users around the world.

Eric Corriel, Site Specific Light & Video Installation

After growing up on Long Island, Eric Corriel graduated from Cornell University where he received a Bachelors of Arts in Philosophy while also studying Fine Art & Computer Science. He later received a Diplme National dArts Plastiques from the cole Rgionale Suprieure dExpression Plastique in Tourcoing, France. Currently living in Brooklyn, Eric takes the urban landscape as a medium in which to create site-specific video installations in the public realm. He teaches interaction design at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where he is also Lead Web Designer & Developer. For his artwork, Eric has been awarded by the New York Foundation of the Arts, New York State Council for the Arts, & the Public Art Network. As a designer he has received awards from the Webbys, Davey Awards, & W3.

Sub Rosa,Questions & Empathy Cards

Sub Rosa is an independent strategy & design practice helping organizations explore, learn & grow. What was once an internal tool, The 'Questions & Empathy' cards recently released for public sale & as Cool Hunting put it, 'to help users see the world from a different angle, & ultimately & ideally, create a difference in the ways we all interact, work, & live together.' The cards have been praised by widely respected publications such as Forbes, AIGA, Cool Hunting, & more.



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