DIGITAL PRACTICE SERIES 2012
in association with the AIA|LA Technology in Architectural Practice Committee
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Lectures by practitioners using advanced digital methods &
Moderated discussions on implementing technology in practice
An Exploration in Shared Space
John Underkoffler, Chief Scientist, Oblong Industries
Thursday April 26th
With his team at Oblong, John has pioneered the "spatial computing" movement, redefining the relationship between the computer, the user and the physical environment.
Feb 22, 2012 Steve Chucovich - Associate Principal
Advanced Design Concept Development at Buro Happold
Chuck Hoberman - Hoberman Associates & Adaptive Building Initiative
Cristiano Ceccato - Zaha Hadid Architects
Bill Zahner - A Zahner Company
Duane McLeod - Disney Imagineering
Steve Murphy - Boeing
Dennis Shelden Ph.D- Gehry Technologies
Bob McNeel - Rhinoceros, Robert McNeel & Associates
Vladimir Bazjanac, Ph.D - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Ian Keough - Buro Happold
Satoru Sugihara - Morphosis Architects
Nathan Miller - NBBJ
Gaston Nogues - Ball Nogues
Herwig Baumgartner and Scott Uriu - BplusU
Dale Stenning - Hoffman Construction
Cameron McNall - Electroland
Roland Snooks - Kokkugia, Nonlinear Systems Organisation, USC
Anne Balsamo - USC School of Cinematic Arts
Martin Fischer - Center for Integrated Facility Engineering, Stanford
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