Parking below the building is validated. Parking entrance is off of 1st ave.
Nikolaj Baer will be speaking on Crafty.js.
Jonathan Nesci will be discussing how he used D3, Miso and Twitter to power the Empire State Building during the latest Superbowl. He will also be covering the realtime data visualization app that charted the raw data powering the lightshow, which was displayed on the campaign's website and in Bryant Park, NYC, for fans to see. He'll be doing a quick breakdown of the dataviz app, showing how they used D3 and Miso to create reusable realtime charts.
Since dataviz is having a jolt of popularity these days, Jonathan hopes it'll be fun to demonstrate what can be done with these 2 tools.