Hailing from a background in creative technology, Mouna explores the intersection of mass-produced electronics and handmade crafts—work that helped her lead Daily Tous Les Jours’ design of the maker-inspired LittleBits retail flagship. Her interactive design accomplishments have been recognized by ID Magazine, SXSW, the Cannes Lions Festival of Innovation and others
In his most progressive work, Chris Milk transforms experiences into interactions. When Chris worked with musician Beck to capture his performance of the song Hello Again he used 360 cameras and binaural microphones, making it possible for online viewers to experience the concert from any seat in the venue, or to relive the concert experience using Oculus Rift. Besides creating music videos for artists such as Arcade Fire, U2 and Kanye West, he also recently created a large-scale interactive installation for The Creator’s Project San Francisco event which transforms visitors’ shadows into striking visual metaphors that represent stages in the creative process. Currently, Chris is the founder and CEO of Vrse, a production company that supports the world’s leading creative innovators in Virtual Reality spherical filmmaking.
Josh Walton of the Rockwell Group discussed how their design projects are about finding and exploring the blur between physical and digital.
Wearable X CEO Billie Whitehouse spoke to PSFK 2017 about designing wearables for all five senses and maintaining a sense of humor