James Tichenor Principal Interaction Designer at Microsoft HoloLens
James Tichenor dreams of the future where our physical world is as transmutable as our digital world. Currently an interaction designer at Microsoft working on Hololens and Windows Holographic. His work has crossed between the physical space and digital media for years, previous co-founding the LAB at the Rockwell Group, an interaction design studio within an architecture office. James is an alumni of Ivrea and MIT. He has also designed the stage of the most profitable nightclub in the world – The Marquee in Las Vegas. Call that a transmutation of design into cash 😉 (and some daddy jokes) Please give a warm welcome to James Tichenor.
Joshua Walton Principal Interaction Designer at Microsoft HoloLens
Joshua Walton has spent his career blurring the lines between the physical and digital. Prior to his role as Design Architect for Microsoft HoloLens and Windows Holographic he co-founded the LAB at the Rockwell Group, an interactive architecture group. Joshua has worked with award winning museums, design firms, and interaction studios in New York and San Francisco. In 2000 he was part of a team that received the presidential teaching award for their work with at-risk youth in San Francisco. Joshua received his Master’s degree from the Cranbrook Academy of Art where his work focused on non-linear narrative in new media.
This lecture will take place Wednesday, September 28, 2016 at 5:00pm in Carnegie Mellon University’s University Center, McConomy Hall.