PSFK's Director of Consulting sits down with five young stars of the industry to discuss topics like 'Co-Sharing,' 'SocialPairing,' and 'ME-TV.'
Simon tells the audience that things can be done on a global scale if you stick to the values: 'make it beautiful, make it brilliant,' and if you refuse to accept the limitations of what has been done before.
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From PSFK CONFERENCE NYC: A filmmaker-futurist explores how technology can quickly manifest our ideas and desires.
In his forthcoming documentary, a filmmaker turns faux-spiritual leader to explore beliefs.
Filmmaker and futurist Jason Silva discusses how have the ability to sculpt our experience and then drive it to new heights.
Photo-report of the speakers taking the stage at our 2012 flagship event.
Over 20 innovation ideas sketched at last week's event in New York City.
Clay Shirky Of NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) explains how he is constantly reevaluating what he thought he knew about creative practices as he encounters new projects.
Todd Camichael, the founder of La Colombe Torrefaction coffee discusses how by seeing your brand as a human being, you can better connect with customers.
Abe Burmeister of online clothing brand Outlier, describes how the internet allowed him to remake the retail model by connecting directly with consumer need.
Rachel Shechtman, the founder of STORY, shares her insights about how the idea of the store must become an interactive, immersive space.
NYC filmmaker Vikram Gandhi shares the story of his movie about a faux guru that explores people's need to have faith.
Filmmaker and futurist Jason Silva believes that in order to experience awe that will spark creativity, we have to learn to see the world in new ways.