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Price: $5.00 /per person
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For our next installment, we will be joined by Rachel Binx, Jono Brandel, Mark Coleran & Myles Borins. Rachel will be sharing some of her recent experience with personal location data collection and visualization. She is also moving to NYC at the end of the month so lets give her a proper SF send-off! Jono will be sharing his work from the Google Creative Lab and give us insight into his recent Neuronal Synchrony project which you may have had the opportunity to play with at the Techno Casino. Mark Coleran will be talking about some of the exciting new things in film and animation that he has been up to. Myles Borins will be sharing his recent audio hacks.

This meetup will take place in the amazing new Folsom Street Foundry. If you have not been to this space be prepared for a pleasant surprise! It’s a fantastic concept art bar + gallery. Plenty of space for us all & with a great sound system.

Bring a friend!

As always entrance is $5 – $20 suggested donation (no one turned away for lack of funds)

Folsom Street Foundry is a beer and wine bar so this is a 21+ event

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Speaker Bios:

Rachel Binx |
Rachel Binx is a data visualizer, developer, designer, and mathematician. She co-founded Meshu, a generative jewelry company that creates designs based on the places people have been. She likes to think of Meshu as the intersection of maps, data, and lasers.

Jono Brandel |
Jono Brandel (b. 1986) relies on the combination of two fundamental disciplines: graphic design and computer programming. The results of this mixture vary in form, but usually have a screen-based component. He explores procedural aesthetics.

Myles Borins |
Myles Borins recently graduated from OCAD University with a BFA in “Integrated Media”, and will be heading to Stanford University in the fall to pursue a Masters in Music Science and Technology at CCRMA. His work has been seen on the pixel board of Roy Thompson Hall during the “New Creations Festival”, at Interaccess Electronic Media Arts Center during the “Handmade Music Festival” and most recently at OCAD University during the Graduate Exhibition. He has also installed at a variety of parties around the city, engaging attendees with interactive marvels.
His hobbies include Max/MSP/Jitter, Ableton, Physical Computing, Musimathics, hardware hacking, DIY, Artificial Intelligence, Bash, Linux and Electricity.

Mark Coleran |
Mark is a Creative direction, visual design, interface design, film, & identity


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