Johnny  Lee

Johnny Lee
Rapid Evaluator, Google

Johnny Lee has a PhD. in Human Computer Interaction from Carnegie Mellon University exploring a wide range of technologies to enhance the way we interact with computing devices. As a researcher in Microsoft’s Applied Sciences, he became a core contributor to the development of Xbox Kinect, a controller-free motion gaming device, which sold over 8 million units in the first 60 days. His videos demonstrating how to create low-cost interactive whiteboards and 3D displays using a Nintendo Wii remote have accumulated over 15 million views on YouTube, and his talk at TED also remains one of thier most viewed. In 2008, Lee received recognition by MIT’s TR35.


Design & UI
Location: New York East Level:
Johnny Lee (Google)
Average rating: ***..
(3.30, 10 ratings)
In this talk, I will cover several examples of interface technology research that have not seen the light of day, but perhaps one day should. Read more.
Location: Metropolitan Ballroom Level:
Moderated by:
Johnny Lee (Google)
Average rating: ***..
(3.17, 6 ratings)
In this short talk, I hope to convince you why that is might be a foolish perspective to take and why our future is not one type of computing, but rather a constellation of increasingly diverse increasingly specialized computing devices. Read more.
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