Technology offers limitless promises, but often delivers something much more limited. Creative technologists are often asked to wrangle imperfect technology and get it to work in ways it was never meant to perform – sometimes with a lot of success, sometimes with a lot of frustration. Through practical examples of his work, Mike reveals some of the sources of those frustrations, and shows where to find opportunities for creativity when working with imperfect technology.
Provide a critical view of the current state of creative technology.
Anyone interested in the intersection between the technical and creative worlds.
Five things audience members will learn
Things look better in case studies than they actually are.
Hype leads to disillusionment.
Things don’t always work the way they’re supposed to, but that’s ok sometimes.
Digital tools have their own aesthetic, which aren’t always in line with the stated goals of said tools.
You’ll learn whether this is just a thinly disguised portfolio talk or not.