FITC Toronto 2014

FITC Toronto 2014

The Technology & Creativity Conference

April 27-29, 2014
Toronto

Overview

The journey begins here

FITC is the intersection between Creative Technologists, Designers, Developers and all-around awesome thinkers from various innovative industries across the globe. They converge every year in Toronto to connect, challenge, inspire, and to experience the cutting edge in design and technology.

This year we have 90 amazing presenters from around the world covering design, creativity, and technology, including talks about biohacking, remote-controlled cockroaches, a 98-year-old digital artist, the leading edge in neuroscience tech, an artist who offers professional kidnapping – and that’s just a fraction of this years talent.

Join us at FITC Toronto for…

  • Three full days, plus one optional day of pre-festival workshops
  • Over 90 presentations and panels
  • Over 1200 attendees from around the world
  • Making connections at the parties and evening events
  • The FITC Awards 2014

Limited FITC-edition Hal Lasko Prints

Did you get an Early Bird ticket for FITC Toronto? If you did, that means you’ll be the privileged owner of a limited FITC-edition Hal Lasko poster. How awesome is that. You’ll be able to pick up your print at registration during the event.

Topics include

Inspiration Creative Coding Web Dev Business
Design
Creativity
Narrative
Art
Culture
Illustration
Visual Effects
Film
Processing
OpenFrameworks
Hardware
Installations
Projection Mapping
Fabrication
Interaction Design
Hacking
CSS/HTML5
JavaScript
Frameworks
Libraries
Web Gaming
Emerging Tools
Best Practices
Mobile
Case Studies
Workflow
Process
Pitching
Startups
Freelancing
Marketing

 

Speakers

We are thrilled to have the legendary Stefan Sagmeister of Sagmeister & Walsh, Robert Wong of Google Creative Lab, Sougwen Chung, Greg Borenstein of MIT Media Lab, Addy Osmani of Google, Hal Lasko, Jared Ficklin, GMUNK, Moment Factory, Yuko Shimizu, Jason White of Leviathan, Sara Blake, Brock Enright, Charlie Taylor of Backyard Brains, Mary Huang, Reed + Rader, Neil Mendoza, Tim Cannon, Helen Papagiannis, and Molly Schwartz to name just a few.  See the full list of speakers

How we can help you get there

We’ve created two customizable request letter packages you can download and submit to your boss or HR department – one for those going solo and one for groups. Just fill in the blanks and print. DOWNLOAD

Who should attend

DIGITAL CREATORS and TECHNOLOGISTS. This festival is for designers, developers, digital artists or anyone who creates things in the digital space. From technical to inspirational sessions, there’s always something for you, no matter what stage of your career you’re in.

Why you should attend

FITC Toronto covers the future of everything innovative, technical and creative to leave you informed, challenged and inspired. Its three solidly packed days of presentations, featuring hand-picked speakers from all over the world. This year we are announcing designated full-day tracks covering Creative/Inspiration, Creative Coding, Web Dev, and Gaming, plus the afternoon Lounge sessions. This means that at any given time you will have a selection of different presentations to choose from. FITC Toronto also provides unparalleled networking opportunities and legendary parties. We bring the community together to connect, putting you in a room with people who share your passion for this industry and giving the future a stage.

Check out our 2013 highlight video

FITC Toronto 2013 Highlight Reel from FITC on Vimeo.

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