Making Magic Happen: Dominik Zisch
02 June 2020, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm
This is an online eventPlease find the link belowLondonWC1H 0BQUnited Kingdom
Making Magic Happen is a weekly lecture series featuring talks from artists, programmers, developers and technologists. Lectures take place every Tuesday.
Our speakers give behind-the-scenes insight into how their design and technical skills have helped them make the magic happen in their respective fields of architecture, design, software development, fabrication, performance and interaction.
This series is organised by Jessica In, Skills coordinator of Design for Performance & Interaction MArch.
Dominik Zisch is creative technologist with a background in architectural technology, theoretical physics, and software engineering. He works at Jason Bruges Studio and also teaches on the Architecture MArch programme at Innsbruck University.
Dominik has collaborated with UCL experimental psychology as chief app developer for a series of navigation experiments in the real world. He has a passion for user interaction design with an emphasis on programming and dedicates the time he has outside of work to researching new ways to interact and work with technology and data.
Image: I.F.L.Y. by Qiuyan Da and Jingcheng Xie, Design for Performance & Interaction students 2019.