First confirmed speakers announced
We are delighted to announce our first group of confirmed speakers for Wellington LUX 2011.
Adam Pruden is a researcher and project leader at MIT SENSEable City Lab. He will be presenting the extraordinary Flyfire project.
HC Gilje is a renowned Norwegian digital artist who also developed VPT, a software tool that allows for the dynamic projection of multiple video sources onto physical objects.
Anthony Rowe is founder and creative lead of digital arts group Squidsoup, and also Associate Professor of Interaction Design at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design.
Further announcements will be made soon and we will also be releasing more information on Wellington LUX symposium program, related public exhibition and registration details.