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.
There will be work available for purchase onsite.
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
EXPERIENCE PRESENTATIONS BY:
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 Vogue.com Empowering Imagination Award & her thesis collection was featured on Vogue.com. 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.
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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