Ryan Sternlicht

See Ryan’s talk “The Future of Immersion and the Creation of the Next Layer of Reality” at 1:45pm on Sunday, November 11 – at the San Francisco Aaron Swartz Day Hackathon (at the Internet Archive).

Ryan Sternlicht demonstrates Adam Munich’s portable flame thrower.

Ryan Sternlicht is a San Francisco-raised educator, researcher, advisor, and maker, and is on the development team for the Swartz-Manning Virtual Reality Destination.

Ryan has advised, a number of startups in the fields of AR, VR, self driving cars, flying cars, and 3D manufacturing. As a maker, he has volunteered or advised a number of makerspaces and hackerspaces, and numerous technical non-profit organizations, all around California and in upstate New York.

While in the bay area, he volunteers at New People Cinema, the Noisebridge hackerspace. He also assists the Game Development department at City College of San Francisco.

Talk Description:

The Future of Immersion and the Creation of the Next Layer of Reality

If you follow technology you have probably heard many things about AR, VR, MR and XR. Many have given their opinions on the technologies and systems in those sectors, but very few have given detailed information about the whole larger picture. Ryan will share his insight, along with information he has come across while researching these fields, to help us understand the space, and what it means for the world.

Everyday/Forever (Event is November 9-11, 2018)