Flavia Sparacino

Transforming Business Dialogue

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Flavia Sparacino - Transforming Business

SEGD is an amazing community of designers, fabricators and manufacturers who create experiences that connect people to place. One of the many membership benefits of SEGD is a library of talks from SEGD's 4-6 events a year. Starting from 2014, these videos are available for viewing for members for free. If you are a member please log in (hint: top right below search) if not please join SEGD and experience its amazing resources.

The Hacker/Maker Culture at Sensing Places

Sensing Places, Santa Monica, Calif.

Flavia Sparacino is an MIT Media Lab PhD, a prolific inventor, and founder and CEO of Sensing Places LLC, a creative technology agency based in Santa Monica. We had the chance to visit Sparacino and her staff recently to learn about what they’re doing in the digital user experience space and experience the energy of the team's hacking/making/start-up culture. Join Sparacino at Xlab 2015 and you can experience it too!

Mind. Blown. 6 Surprising Ways You’ll be Inspired at Xlab 2015

Xlab 2015 at SVA Theatre

You know Xlab 2015 is about design + technology. You know you’ll hear about the latest digital tools and platforms being used to connect people and place. You know you’ll keep yourself on the leading (not following!) edge of your profession by taking part in the conversation. But you may not know these 6 surprising ways that you'll be inspired at Xlab 2015!

Flavia Sparacino

Flavia Sparacino is an MIT Media Lab PhD, a prolific inventor, and founder and CEO of Sensing Places LLC. MIT granted Flavia Sparacino 13 technology licenses for her inventions, the highest number of intellectual property licenses that MIT has ever awarded after Amar Bose. Her work on gesture control and body-driven dance, music, and gaming applications came 12 years before the launch of Microsoft Kinect and five years before Spielberg’s Minority Report movie was released (as documented by the Discovery Channel feature on her work).

Falvia Sparacino, Sensing Places LLC
Sensing Places LLC
Santa Monica, CA
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