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Friday, April 14 • 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Location-Based Entertainment

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Immersive technologies are showing up in out of home venues around the world. In this panel we'll discuss the advantages, challenges and business models afforded by AR and VR in amusement parks, movie theaters and family entertainment centers. 


Moderators
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Brad Herman

Co-Founder, CTO, Spaces
As co-founder of SPACES, Brad builds on a career that spans visual effects, animation and virtual reality. Most recently, Brad was the head of DreamLab at DreamWorks Animation, where he developed mobile, immersive and interactive experiences that combined the latest technology with storytelling expertise to create innovative new ways to interact with DreamWorks characters. | | Brad’s work included the creation of DreamWorks VR, the... Read More →

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James Jensen

Co-Founder & Chief Visionary Officer, Void
James Jensen is the co-founder and Chief Visionary Officer of THE VOID, the critically acclaimed immersive entertainment company. For more than two decades, James has worked in illustration, design and interactive media for companies and clients including Sony Entertainment, Dreamworks SKG and his own creative CG animation company, Sandman Studios. Committed to working with leading edge technology, James teamed up with co-founders Curtis Hickman... Read More →
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Yoni Koenig

Co-Founder, Exit Reality
Yehonatan “Yoni” Koenig is the co-founder and chief driving force behind Exit Reality, a San Francisco upstart bringing virtual reality experiences to the masses through mobile VR trucks and cube installations. An award-winning creative technology innovator with 20 years digital production experience, Yoni has led product teams for Electronic... Read More →
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Mark Mine

Executive Creative Technology, Walt Disney Imagineering
Mark Mine is a creative technology executive for Walt Disney Imagineering. In his role, Mark is responsible for directing and coordinating the development and integration of real-time and pre-rendered computer graphics technologies and techniques into the WDI design process. Mark has direct oversight to the development of tools and technologies required to enable new forms of interactive design visualization of current and future Disney... Read More →
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Yukiharu Tomita

COO, Meleap inc.
meleap inc. is an augmented reality entertainment start up founded in 2014 in Tokyo Japan. meleap has developed HADO, a combination motion sensor, smartphone and AR tracking solution for location-based entertainment centers. HADO is deployed in 60+ venues across 6 countries.


Friday April 14, 2017 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Unreal Engine Theater

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