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Upcoming Nov 28: Presentation, Convergence: Intl Summit on Art+Technology, Banff Centre.
Nov:
Presentation #4, "Art & Invention", ITP NYU.
Nov:
Presentation #3, "Art & Invention", New School, NY. (public)
Nov:
Presentation, "VR Form & Content", private symposium, USC Cinema, LA.
Oct:
Presentation #2, "Art & Invention", UT Dallas.
Oct:
Presentation, Image as Location Conference, UC Berkeley.
Oct:
Presentation, "Art & Invention", UMich Ann Arbor.
Sep:
"VR Cinematography" slideshow online.
Aug:
[Real-World] [Camera-Based] VR Google Doc online.
May: Keynote, First International Symposium on Immersive Creativity, Montreal. (Musings before) (CBC interview)
Apr: Presentation, "Cycloramas Re-Imagined", Institute for Creative Technology, USC. (PDF of slideshow)
Jan: Invoked in absentia, Are Interactive Films Transforming Modern Storytelling? Sundance's New Frontier Has the Answer, Park City, UT.
Jan: Presentation, Environmental Visions Symposium, Nanyang Technological University, School of Art, Design and Media, Singapore.

Dec 13: Invited panelist, "Camera Arrays for Surround Photography" (slideshow best viewed in Safari), Cinegrid 2013, UC San Diego.
Sep 13: Opening remarks ("I used to think patents were cool.") (36 min video), Patent Pending art exhibition, Zero1 Garage, San Jose.
Sep 13: "Respectful Camera" patent granted to USC.
Jun 13: Opening Keynote, ISEA 2013, 19th International Symposium on Electronic Art, June 11, Sydney.
Jun 13: "Defusing Glass: Google's Critical Mission" video (19 min), Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
Jun 13: Keynote and Master Class, X|Media|Lab, Creative Leadership Edition, Sydney.
Jun 13: Seminar, Arts and Creativity Lab, National University, Singapore.
May 13: Seminar, "Three 'Slow' Global Media Projects", Creative Media Centre, City University, Hong Kong.
May 13: Art exhibition based on our 2003 "arts lab" report, Shanghai.
Feb 13: Suggestions for the "If I Had [Google] Glass" campaign. (March update)
Jan 13: Essay by Computer History Museum curator Marc Weber on history of Google Street View (includes Aspen and Banff).

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