Carlin M. Wragg
is a writer and experience designer with expertise in content development, storytelling, and social media. As a Master’s candidate in NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) and Editor of Open Loop Press, she explores how interaction design, transmedia, and social networks create new ways to experience literature and support the next generation of storytellers. Carlin holds a B.A. with concentrations in Literature and Philosophy from Sarah Lawrence College. Her writing has been featured in Open City’s “Debut Writers” reading series at the KGB Bar in Manhattan, and Gulf Coast: A Journal of Literature and Fine Arts
is a second-year Master's student at Stanford’s Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics (CCRMA). He is focused on the development of unique tools for generating, processing, and interacting with sound. Chris’s recent work at CCRMA includes the Sound Flinger, a multi-channel, haptic feedback instrument that allows users to touch and physically throw loops of audio around a room; PCO, an interactive sound and light installation based on the behavior of synchronous fireflies; and RE_, a ten minute score produced in collaboration with students from the Stanford Dance Department. More information about these and other works can be found at www.modulationindex.com
is a musician and creative technologist who specializes in 3D sensing and visualization. Originally from Tacoma, Washington, he now lives in New York City where he attends New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at the Tisch School of the Arts.