Reza is a Artist / Designer / Hacker / Engineer / Researcher. His work is centered around computational design, dynamical systems, new interfaces, software studios, and product design (hardware + software + form). His works manifest themselves as either visual
Gadi Amit is a San Francisco-based designer behind some of the most iconic technology devices created over the last decade, including the Fitbit line, Whistle, Sproutling, Structure Sensor, Lytro Camera and Google’s modular Ara phone.
Mladen Barbaric is a brand and product craftsman. He is the Founder and CEO of Pearl Studios, an award winning brand and product development firm, headquartered in Montreal, and known for elegantly disruptive brands and products such as Misfit SHINE.
Aisen Caro Chacin received an MFA from the Design and Technology Program at Parsons in 2013, where she is now a Post-Graduate Fellow and Lecturer of Physical and Creative computing in the school of Art Media and Technology.
In 1995, Philip Rosedale created an innovative Internet video conferencing product (called “FreeVue”), which was later acquired by RealNetworks where (in 1996) he went on to become Vice President and CTO.
Evan Williams is an American entrepreneur who has co-founded two of the biggest services on the Internet—Blogger, which he ran for four years before selling to Google in 2003, and Twitter, where he was CEO for two years and now serves on the board of directors.