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Mok Oh

Mok Oh
Chief Innovation Officer, Where Inc.

Website | @mok_oh

Mok Oh is the founder and CTO of EveryScape Inc. He has over 15 years of experience in software development and R&D, and is responsible for product and technology development, functioning as software architect, visionary, and leading intellectual property development. He holds multiple patents and publications in computer graphics, image and photo editing algorithms and tools, and 3D mapping technologies. His research and development further spans into Web 2.0 technologies, UI, 3D modeling and rendering algorithms, interactive tools, and photography. He is an invited speaker at multiple venues, such as MIT Lecture Series, Harvard School of Architecture, O’Reilly Where 2.0 Conference, and internationally in various universities in South Korea and in the Asia-Pacific Innovation and Entrepreneurship Conference.

Prior to founding EveryScape, he worked for Accenture as an Information Systems Analyst, where he developed business software for AT&T. Mok earned his Ph.D. in Computer Graphics from MIT, Masters of Science and Engineering degree in Computer Information Sciences from University of Pennsylvania, and multiple Bachelor of Arts degrees in Computer Science, Art History and Studio Art from Oberlin College.

Sessions

Mapping
Location: Ballroom III Level: Novice
Mok Oh (Where Inc.)
Average rating: ****.
(4.00, 1 rating)
We discuss the past, present, and the future of 3D technologies -- e.g. Photosynth, Google Earth, panoramic imagery, photogrammetry -- specifically for the Where 2.0 audience. In this context, we ask the question: Is 3D really worth the pain? The goal of this talk is to provide an analysis of where 3D was, is, and will be headed specifically for the Where 2.0 audience. Read more.