I’ll try and keep this simple. Here’s what I’m up to.
I’m speaking at CreativeMornings Seattle on May 20th. Our talk is called Smashing The Screen: Holographic Design and the New Reality, if you’re interested in designing holographic experiences for Microsoft’s HoloLens, come see us.
I made a bot version of myself for Facebook Messenger. You can chat it up at http://m.me/davecurrybot.
Improv, Not Screenplays: Iterative Holographic Design is an easy-to-consume article version of a presentation I gave at Microsoft’s Build Conference.
Here’s a Vine I shot of our MLS HoloMatch app, through the HoloLens, with an iPhone. It’s not perfect but it give you decent idea of what’s going on in our holographic training tool for soccer coaches.
I’m VP Emerging Trends & Technology at POP, where I identify and figure out how best to leverage the trends and technologies (VR/AR/MR and bots as examples) that will make a future impact on our clients’ businesses.
For my full bio please visit me on LinkedIn.
Say Something Worth Stealing is a conversational podcast for the creative community. I’m host, creator, producer, editor, mixer, and marketer. It’s a lot of fun and I think you’d enjoy it.
You can listen on iTunes, Google Play, SoundCloud, or by dropping this link directly into your favorite podcasting app. (I recommend Overcast, it’s the best.) You can also follow Say Something Worth Stealing on Twitter.
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Here’s a short episode you can give a quick listen to.
New issues are now being cross-published on POP’s site too.
Projects, Press, Etc.
Improv, Not Screenplays: Iterative Holographic Design is a presentation I gave at Microsoft’s Build Conference, not once, but three times
Jury Member—CommArts Interactive Competition – Communication Arts
Old Spice Goes Viral – Future Tense on APM
Earn Your Badge For Social and Gaming Success – iMedia Connection
How to Survive Geolocation’s Looming Apocalypse – AdAge.com