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Digital and Interactive Art Submission Roundup for Orlando, Florida

Posted on November 5th, 2016 in Events
Orlando has a long history of involvement in digital and interactive art and technology, whether it’s the Simulation & Training industry (in which I worked after college, doing Mixed Reality research at the Media Convergence Laboratory), the video game industry (e.g. EA Sports / Tiburon), or the theme parks (e.g. Disney Imagineering). Every year brings […]

An Evening of Creepy Classics

Posted on October 30th, 2016 in Events
Last night in downtown Denver I joined organist and friend Wil Smith at Central Presbyterian Church for a unique multimedia evening of creepy classics. In a pitch-black Central sanctuary, he performed organ works from our favorite dearly departed composers (along with some works from the living) while I projected live video art onto the organ pipes. Program J.S. Bach […]

Lumen Prize Results are in…

Posted on October 14th, 2016 in Events
…and I did not win an award. But I am still very happy to be included in the shortlist, among such amazing artists and artworks. I would like to give a shout out to the winner of the Interactive Award, Laser Light Synths by Seb Lee-Delisle (Brighton, UK). I’ve been a fan of Seb’s work for […]

Free Programming Classes for Middle and High School Students

Posted on September 27th, 2016 in Events
My friend Rafael Gerena asked me to pass along this info about an opportunity for Orlando area middle and high school students to learn programming for free out at UCF. The first class has passed, but it’s not too late to sign up! Though I started programming at home with the help of my dad and […]

When’s the Next Train Coming?

Posted on September 26th, 2016 in Tech Notes
This year I’ve been riding my bike, the SunRail, and LYNX buses to the co-working space I work at pretty regularly. It’s a really cool industrial space right next to a train station, so it keeps me thinking about transportation. The past two weeks I’ve been doing some research related to public transit, here in […]