In this talk, iOS designer and developer Kyle Buza will discuss the motivation behind his work building interfaces for interacting with Web content outside of the Web browser. These include gesture-based navigation systems, scripting environments, and tablet interfaces which enable the creation of interactions and visualizations from Web content.
Kyle Buza (http://buza.mitplw.com) worked at Sun Microsystems developing experimental Java technologies and embedded Java Virtual Machines before getting an M.S from the MIT Media Lab in 2008. At Sun, he was a member of a small team focused on the design and investigation of novel Java technologies, including 3D browsing interfaces, mobile phone networking software, and UI design tools. At MIT, he built systems to explore and interact with Web data ranging from gesture-based interfaces to browser-based collaboration tools. He currently works BuzaMoto in San Francisco, CA.
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