Surface One of the first technologies I was introduced to here at Uni Bremen was a Microsoft Surface Table. While it may not be such a futuristic technology, there is definitely a lot research in terms of applications currently being done that will make it a more widely used technology in the near future. One[…]
Three weeks ago I began the course that originally brought me to Bremen – Wearable Computing. This subject is part of the Artificial Intelligence research group within the Center for Computing Technologies (TZI) at Uni Bremen and is traditionally offered to computer science students. Recently this research group began offering their classes to digital media[…]
When I first began working with T-Mobile USA we were primarily focused on helping people find the right devices through social media messaging. This required strategically looking at dozens of messages T-Mobile USA receives everyday and determining which ones should be responded to and then developing appropriate responses. When AT&T announced that they would buy[…]
Filmed and co-produced a video for the School of Public Health at UW asking “what is public health?” While asking people on the street we got some interesting answers and then went and interviewed the experts… [youtube]C6q3siSjLeM[/youtube]
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With the rise of online video sites such as YouTube, Vimeo and Viddler, the almighty video view count has become increasingly more important as a way of ranking success. Success of not only the producer, but also those paid to promote or “syndicate” online videos. While some of us might be uploading videos we think[…]