Thursday 31st January, 2013
1:00pm to 1:45pm
It happened to music, photography, TV, movies and books. And now it's happening to art. The digitization of art promises many of the same benefits as these other digital revolutions. From your iPhone, iPad or big-screen Mac, it's incredibly empowering to be able to view and learn about any work of art at any time from anywhere in the world. Are we moving towards an iTunes of art? And what issues will we encounter along the way? This session will review some of the major developments in the digital art revolution, such as Google Art Project, Khan Academy's SmartHistory and others.
MIT '82. Apple 1983-94. Original Mac work and AppleTalk creator. Founded Open Door Networks 1995: iPad, iPhone, Mac s/w. President, Oppenheimer Foundation. bio from Twitter
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