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Tish Shute

Tish Shute
Founder of Ugotrade, Ugotrade

Website | @tishshute

Tish Shute, founder of Ugotrade -

My career in new media and technology began with work in motion control, robotics, and special effects for film, television, theme parks and aerospace. I continue my interest in innovation and paradigm shifts as an entrepreneur and writer interested in sustainable living,ubiquitous computing, augmented reality, and virtual realities in world 2.0.
I have an M.Phil., “Culture and Media,” from NYU, Dept. of Anthropology, where I pursued my interest in the uptake of new technology from a more academic POV.

Sessions

Mobile
Location: Ballroom IV Level: Intermediate
Tish Shute (Ugotrade), Jeremy Hight (Mission College, CA), Joe Lamantia (Oracle Endeca), Sophia Parafina (LDS), anselm hook (Meedan)
Average rating: **...
(2.00, 3 ratings)
This panel will discuss shared augmented realities, considering some of the essential possibilities and challenges inherent in this new class of social augmented experiences. The format is presentation and discussion of a small set of scenarios (defined in advance, with audience input) describing likely future forms of shared augmented realities at differing scales of social engagement. Read more.