Scott Summit is an industrial designer who focuses on the intersection of human needs, new technology, and design. He founded Bespoke Innovations to explore how this combination may address challenging and nuanced needs, and how it may scale to help people throughout the world. Summit is the director of Technology, Bespoke Products at 3D Systems Corporation.
Tim McNeil is so up on museums and design it isn’t funny. Never without a vision, he is also a professor of design and director of the Design Museum at the University of California, Davis. An authority on environmentally sustainable design solutions for exhibition environments, he chairs the California Association of Museums Green Museum Initiative, founded the Green Museums Accord, and in 2008 was inducted into the National Environmental Hall of Fame for his work on the NRDC’s Environmental Action Center. His award winning design research has been featured in multiple publications and he a frequent speaker at museum and design conferences.
Jonathon Keats is an experimental philosopher, artist and writer. Exhibited at venues including the Berkeley Art Museum and the Wellcome Collection, his art projects have been documented by PBS, NPR, and the BBC World Service and covered in periodicals ranging from the New Yorker to the Economist to Nature. He is also the art critic for San Francisco Magazine, a visual arts columnist for Forbes.com, and most recently the author of "Forged: Why Fakes Are the Great Art of Our Age", published this year by Oxford University Press. He is represented by Modernism Gallery in San Francisco. (Photo by Jen Dessinger).
Bespoke Innovations is using advances in 3D printing to create prosthetic limb casings wrapped in embroidered leather, shimmering metal or whatever else someone might want. Scott Summit, a co-founder of Bespoke, and his partner, an orthopedic surgeon, are set to open a studio where they will sell the limb coverings and experiment with printing entire customized limbs that could cost a tenth of comparable artificial limbs made using traditional methods.
CODAME is a non-profit event, run by volunteers with a pure passion for art & technology, outreaching the creative developer community. We are a team of Creative Designers & Developers passionate for Art,Technology & Games, running CODAME events in the last 3 years. Our goal is to bring together other creative minds, be inspired and enjoy learning from others. During the event we also provide music, food & drinks to build a fun and interactive experience! CODAME ART+TECH Festival (yearly): A unique experience that features the convergence of art and technology. Bringing together other creative minds, independent tech artists to enjoy local’s creations. CODAME+GAMES Event (bi-monthly): We believe games are Art too! Covering all aspects of a gaming development phases, design best practices and technical challenges building Multiplatform Games in Flash, HTML5 & Native.