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GIJS JOOSEN

Gijs Joosen of the Dutch architecture studio ONL (Oosterhuis_Lénárd) will present the topic “Architecture = Information”. He will show visualization methods based on game engines. And address techniques that feed adaptive building constructs with data in real time to adapt to changing use of their customers. In 2003 Gijs graduated in both Architecture and Design Systems at the University of Technology Eindhoven. He currently holds a position as technical director at ONL. He works for clients such as BMW and VOS, and for projects in Europe, China and in the United Arab Emirates.

GIJS JOOSEN

Gijs Joosen of the Dutch architecture studio ONL (Oosterhuis_Lénárd) will present the topic “Architecture = Information”. He will show visualization methods based on game engines. And address techniques that feed adaptive building constructs with data in real time to adapt to changing use of their customers. In 2003 Gijs graduated in both Architecture and Design Systems at the University of Technology Eindhoven. He currently holds a position as technical director at ONL. He works for clients such as BMW and VOS, and for projects in Europe, China and in the United Arab Emirates.

SEBASTIAN OSCHATZ

Sebastian Oschatz is co-founder and managing director of MESO Digital Interiors. The Frankfurt-based design agency sees itself as a digital research laboratory, specialised in interactive installations and interfaces. In their projects they strongly focus on realtime and collaborative systems, in virtual spaces as well as in real space. Sebastian is lecturer of interface design and new media at the University of Ulm and the Kassel Art College. For a long time he was member of the music formations “Involving Systems” (1995-2003) and “Oval” (1991-97). At the “see conference” Sebastian’s topic was “visualisation in space”.

SEBASTIAN OSCHATZ

Sebastian Oschatz is co-founder and managing director of MESO Digital Interiors. The Frankfurt-based design agency sees itself as a digital research laboratory, specialised in interactive installations and interfaces. In their projects they strongly focus on realtime and collaborative systems, in virtual spaces as well as in real space. Sebastian is lecturer of interface design and new media at the University of Ulm and the Kassel Art College. For a long time he was member of the music formations “Involving Systems” (1995-2003) and “Oval” (1991-97). At the “see conference” Sebastian’s topic was “visualisation in space”.

AARON KOBLIN

An American media artist, Aaron Koblin specializes in the visualization of human systems. In projects such as Ten Thousand Cents and The Sheep Market he focuses on the role of the individual in the digital mass-society. He creates unique visual interpretations of data, such as the House of Cards music video for the rock band Radiohead, in which he scanned the environment with lasers, generating spatial data for an interactive 3D visualization. Aaron studied Design & Media Arts at UCLA and currently works for the Google Creative Lab in San Francisco. His work has been exhibited internationally in exhibitions at the MoMa in New York, Ars Electronica in Linz, and the Science and Technology Museum of Shanghai to name a few.

AARON KOBLIN

An American media artist, Aaron Koblin specializes in the visualization of human systems. In projects such as Ten Thousand Cents and The Sheep Market he focuses on the role of the individual in the digital mass-society. He creates unique visual interpretations of data, such as the House of Cards music video for the rock band Radiohead, in which he scanned the environment with lasers, generating spatial data for an interactive 3D visualization. Aaron studied Design & Media Arts at UCLA and currently works for the Google Creative Lab in San Francisco. His work has been exhibited internationally in exhibitions at the MoMa in New York, Ars Electronica in Linz, and the Science and Technology Museum of Shanghai to name a few.

JULIAN OLIVER

This artist and software developer addresses the topic of augmented reality. He extends reality with new information in projects such as LevelHead or Artvertiser. Levelhead is a spatial memory game in which a cube in front of a webcam is replaced in real time by a 3D landscape. The Artvertiser software is supposed to be used in large public advertising areas like Time Square. If you look through a special mobile device, the outdoor advertising is replaced by digital art. The New Zealand born artist is currently based in Madrid. His projects have been presented at international electronic arts and games events.

JULIAN OLIVER

This artist and software developer addresses the topic of augmented reality. He extends reality with new information in projects such as LevelHead or Artvertiser. Levelhead is a spatial memory game in which a cube in front of a webcam is replaced in real time by a 3D landscape. The Artvertiser software is supposed to be used in large public advertising areas like Time Square. If you look through a special mobile device, the outdoor advertising is replaced by digital art. The New Zealand born artist is currently based in Madrid. His projects have been presented at international electronic arts and games events.

ERIC RODENBECK

Eric Rodenbeck is founder and creative director of Stamen Design. The San Francisco based agency is specialised in spectacular mapping and data visualisation technologies. In 2006, the agency became famous for its collaboration with the social bookmark service Digg, resulting in visualisation projects such as Digg Labs or Digg Swarm. Their objective is to give community users a real time access to the activities of other Digg members and as a result facilitate a deeper access to information. The agency’s expertise is further demonstrated by its large number of research projects, such as the Oakland Crimespotting project which aims to open up new views on criminality in urban areas. Parallel to this, Stamen works for clients such as BMW, Yahoo or the American TV broadcaster MSNBC, for whom they recently developed an interactive hurricane tracker.

ERIC RODENBECK

Eric Rodenbeck is founder and creative director of Stamen Design. The San Francisco based agency is specialised in spectacular mapping and data visualisation technologies. In 2006, the agency became famous for its collaboration with the social bookmark service Digg, resulting in visualisation projects such as Digg Labs or Digg Swarm. Their objective is to give community users a real time access to the activities of other Digg members and as a result facilitate a deeper access to information. The agency’s expertise is further demonstrated by its large number of research projects, such as the Oakland Crimespotting project which aims to open up new views on criminality in urban areas. Parallel to this, Stamen works for clients such as BMW, Yahoo or the American TV broadcaster MSNBC, for whom they recently developed an interactive hurricane tracker.

GERHARD ROTH

The keynote speech at the see conference traditionally has the task of providing a look at our sector. The subject in 2009 was “External Worlds – Internal Pictures.” Prof. Dr. Gerhard Roth talked about perceiving and processing pictures from a brain researcher’s point of view. Prof. Dr. Roth has been teaching behavioural physiology at the University of Bremen since 1976, where he is now also Director of the Brain Research Institute. The scientist, who has doctorates in both philosophy and zoology, specialises in researching cognitive and emotional neurophysiology.

GERHARD ROTH

The keynote speech at the see conference traditionally has the task of providing a look at our sector. The subject in 2009 was “External Worlds – Internal Pictures.” Prof. Dr. Gerhard Roth talked about perceiving and processing pictures from a brain researcher’s point of view. Prof. Dr. Roth has been teaching behavioural physiology at the University of Bremen since 1976, where he is now also Director of the Brain Research Institute. The scientist, who has doctorates in both philosophy and zoology, specialises in researching cognitive and emotional neurophysiology.