ALASDAIR ALLAN is scientist, author, hankerer and tinkerer. He is an active member of the Data Sensing Lab and contributes to MAKE magazine and O'Reilly Radar.
AMERY KESSLER is a Brooklyn, NY based artist. His education and practice substantially incorporates a study of performance art, music, video, and contemporary dance production.
CAPITAL RIVERFRONT BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT is dedicated to making the Capitol Riverfront area in Washington, DC a clean, safe, friendly and vibrant environment.
DOUG AITKEN lives and works in Los Angeles and New York. Aitken’s body of work ranges from photography, sculpture, and architectural interventions, to films, sound, single and multi-channel video works, and installations.
IDEASPACE is located in Washington, DC and is a unique space for thinkers, makers, and doers to be inspired, learn, collaborate, create, and build.
JAY CRITCHLEY is a longtime Provincetown, Cape Cod, MA and his visual, conceptual and performance work and environmental activism have traversed the globe.
JULIE STEELE is an active member of the Data Sensing Lab and finds beauty in exploring complex systems. She is an editor at O'Reilly Media and co-authored Beautiful Visualization and Designing Data Visualizations. .
KIM REES is and active member at the Data Sensing Lab. She is the co founder of Periscopic and an advisor to the US Congressional Budget Office.
LAUREN KALMAN is a visual artist whose practice is invested in contemporary craft, video, photography and performance. Through her work she investigates beauty, adornment, body image, value, and consumer culture.
MAKER MEDIA is a global platform for connecting makers with each other, with products and services, and with our partners. Through media, events and ecommerce, Maker Media serves a growing community of makers who bring a DIY mindset to technology.
ROB FALUDI is an active member of the Data Sensing Lab. He is a professor in the MFA program at the School of Visual Arts in Manhattan and in the Interactive Telecommunications program at NYU. He specializes in behavioral interactions through physical computing and networked objects.
VETON SALIU is an active member of the Data Sensing Lab. He is a biomedical engineer and works at the Brown Institute for Brain Science developing a video game based rehabilitation platform for young cerebral palsy patients.