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Laura is the Co-Director of the Spatial Information Design Lab (SIDL) in the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation at Columbia University. Her work ranges from investigating the ethics and politics of geography and mapping, to the visualization of urban and global data using digital technologies. Recent projects include “million-dollar blocks” which explores the cost of American incarceration, as well as a collaborative exhibition on global migration and climate change.
Heather is a Social Roboticist, and PhD student at Carnegie Mellon's Robotic Institute. She likes to make intelligent robots charming and put them on stage. Her work includes: robotics and instrumentation at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, interactive installations with Syyn Labs, field applications and sensor design at Aldebaran Robotics, and she is an alumnus from the Personal Robots Group at the MIT Media Lab. She also helped create the OK GO Rube Goldberg Machine.
Tali is the founder of Apologue, a studio dedicated to the creation of immersive storytelling environments. Throughout her career as Director of Experience Design at Imaginary Forces and WET Design, Tali has led the conceptual and strategic development of projects that seamlessly integrate storytelling, new media and physical environments.