✍️ I wrote an article for Red Hat’s The Enterprisers Project — If you aren’t experiencing AR/VR for yourself, you risk falling behind.
🖖 The Seattle Channel filmed a segment on CreativeMornings Seattle during our talk on learnings from designing holographic experiences for HoloLens.
⚽️ Microsoft HoloLens published a video featuring the POP team’s holographic match-analysis tool built for Major League Soccer, alongside the other amazing agencies that participated in the HoloLens Agency Readiness Program.
👏 Check. 👏 It. 👏 Out. 👏
👯 MILESTONE ALERT! Sometime in mid-July, Say Something Worth Stealing, my lil’ podcast for creatives, about creatives, surpassed 10,000 downloads! Huzzah and thanks for listening!
⏰ On Thursday, July 14th, I ran a workshop at Seattle’s School of Visual Concepts: Understanding Our New Reality: An Introduction to VR/AR/MR, and it went REALLY GREAT! Special thanks to Valve for providing the Vive used for the class!
🦄 Thinking about starting a podcast? I contributed thoughts to the AIGA Eye on Design companion article, Everything You Need to Know Before Starting a Design Podcast.
😁 I spoke at CreativeMornings Seattle on May 20th. Our talk was called Smashing The Screen: Holographic Design and the New Reality, and if you’re interested in designing holographic experiences for Microsoft’s HoloLens, I’ll link to the video when it’s available. UPDATE: Bad news. The generous team that records CreativeMornings lost the hard drive our talk was on, turning it into a real live case of “I guess you had to be there.” 😖
🤖 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 match-analysis 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
🎙Say Something Worth Stealing is a conversational podcast for the creative community and I’m host, creator, producer, editor, mixer, and marketer. It’s a lot of fun (and a labor of love) 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
💥 The Photo Album Is Your Phone’s New Junk Drawer – BuzzFeed
🗣 Jury Member—CommArts Interactive Competition – Communication Arts
💬 GroupMe Won The SXSW Group Messaging Wars, Says Infographic – TechCrunch
⚗ 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