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Mitchell Harris

Film Editor in London

Musings on passions and technology

PRESENTED ON JAN 19, 2016
IN ST NEOTS @ VOL 4

London-based film editor Mitch Harris talks us through the technology he uses to do what he loves. From his love of trumpeting to editing films he explains the personal, social and technological ways in which he focuses his mind on work.

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Kirsty Keatch

BY KIRSTY KEATCH
@ VOL 33 ON NOV 02, 2017

Kirsty Keatch is a sound artist and creative programmer exploring the design of playful interactive sound in game systems, including AR and VR. Her work seamlessly integrates the dark arts of mobile technology with lighter creative contexts to widen people’s access to experiences with sound in installations in gallery spaces and mobile games.

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Efficient outsourcing simultaneous mobile application development for iOS and Android

BY MATTIAS EDSTRÖM
@ VOL 36 ON MAR 15, 2018

Former Pecha Kucha Aarhus-organizer Mattias Edström teaches the audience how to efficiently outsource simultaneous mobile application development for iOS and Android... or not. Through humorous email exchanges, he shows you why you don't just click delete on spam emails.

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Changing the rules of our reality with technology

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@ VOL 18 ON FEB 23, 2018

John Kreisher is an engineer and futurist with a passion for disruptive technology as a vehicle for systemic change and expanding human awareness. The rise of clean energy, the Internet of Things, and a sharing economy give us the opportunity to move into a zero marginal cost society, but we need to collectively change our thoughts about what is real and possible. Capitalism has bred fear and scarcity consciousness, a sharing economy will breed connection and abundance consciousness!

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