A panel about AR and AI in life sciences. We talked about best practices and how to use the technology to make a real difference in someone's life from a health tech aspect.
I had the opportunity to speak at OFFF 2016 - Digital Design Days in Milan, where I talked about the future of responsive environments. This talk was done using a Hololens and the mixed reality of the audience and the presentation content was projected on the screen.
Responsive environments are described as a set of smart and connected computers controlling every aspect of the space while having an understanding of who the user is and what he cares about. Technologies such as face recognition, RFIDs, smart phone tracking, and other user authentications could be used to enhance the environmental experience. A layer of personification through augmented reality enables the user to have a private, and customized experience.