Ryan will be presenting “Privacy and security in the XR future” – at our online event November 14.
How will we create, enforce, and use technology to develop security and privacy measures for the XR future we are headed towards. What measures do we have in place right now, what issues do we have, and what do we need?
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, and the Noisebridge hackerspace. He also assists the Game Development department at City College of San Francisco.
The creation of the next layer of reality -REDUX-2019- “Vision”
If you follow technology you have probably heard many things about extended reality technology, maybe even my other talks on the subject. This year’s talk will focusing on the visual quality aspects of XR. I will share some new insight and info I have come across while researching these fields in the past year, in the hopes that it may help you understand the space, and what it could mean for the world.