Chris Riebschlager is a Lead Software Developer at Dimensional Innovations, where they create interactive experiences for stadiums, museums, corporate headquarters and events. He is responsible for full-stack software development as well as hardware, sensor and lighting integration. Chris works with engineers, fabricators and designers to create engaging, interactive spaces.
Chris Riebschlager is a self-described creative technologist who has designed and developed interactive installations for museums, trade shows and conferences around the country. His 15+ years of professional experience includes both design and development roles with interactive agencies, advertising agencies and tech startups. Chris is also an adjunct professor of interactive design at the University of Missouri Kansas City.
When he’s not at work, he enjoys woodworking and DIY home projects. Chris has also generated a large collection of generative art projects which create visual art from code. Each of these projects is open source and made available to other artists to help jumpstart their own projects.
He is also Partern at RKO Workshop, a company that represents the collaborative efforts of a core trio of partners and the considered contributions of an extended network of specialists. Past works include touch screen applications, projections, augmented reality installations and websites. Clients include Boulevardia, the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, the Saint Louis Art Museum and the National World War I Museum.
Chris Riebschlager lives in the Brookside neighborhood of Kansas City with his wife, two dogs and five chickens.