2 pending-patents (IP licensed by PepsiCo.)
Accepted on expedition to Arctic Circle (2011)
Founder & Creative Director of Kameraflage Inc.
Artist In Residence for "Nightmarket" at National Taiwan Museum of Fine Art (2007)
Exhibited at Shanghai MoCA, WIRED NEXTFest, CES & Good Morning America, amongst others
Inventions featured in WIRED Magazine, Scientific American, Gizmodo, Engadget & BoingBoing…
Invited Visiting Scholar MIT Media Lab (2006-2007)
Experience Director of TED Prize nominated youth conference (2010)
Cultural Olympiad participant at Winter Olympics (2010)
Expedition Crew of Atlantica Undersea Habitat, the world's first permanent undersea colony (2014)
Appointed to Media and Arts Advisory Board at the Lifeboat Foundation (2011)
Designs for mobility cited as canonical example of future of mobile by RIM’s UI group (2007)
Producer of broadcast television show, 2 seasons. (2001 - 2003)
Freedom of speech, especially online. To support this I travelled to Tajikistan in Fall 2009 to implement a national phone-in-automatically-anonymously-blogged poetry contest. http://10sec1bayt.com
With the aid of digital cameras humans can see a broader spectrum of light (colours). Let's start creating art with these previously invisible colours! I built Kameraflage Inc. (http://kameraflage.com) to commercialize an "ultra-wide-gamut" display technology to enable and help spread this new way to think about human perception and colour.
Talk with me about your experience with Alzheimer's Disease. My mother - who was a Radiologist and researcher with both Siemens and General Electric suffers from early onset Alzheimer's disease.
I have never been to a proper TED event, but have attended Mozes Znaimer's "Idea City" in Toronto in '03, '04 and '05. In Fall 2008 I was Experience Director at a TED-inspired youth innovation conference in Toronto called "Changing the World" (http://changingtheworld.com) which was nominated for the 2010 TED Prize!
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