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We want to use electronics to make art projects, gadgets, and robots. The SparkFun crew works in various departments such as engineering, marketing, production, shipping, and keg replenishment, all united in one common goal - Sharing Ingenuity.
Mark is a Professor of Statistics at UCLA, a Primary Investigator at the Center for Embedded Network Sensing, and a former Bell Labs researcher. He won the Prix Ars Electronica Golden Nica for his collaboration with digital artist Ben Rubin on Listening Post, and most recently completed Movable Type, a spatial artwork commissioned for the lobby of the NY Times Building.
Kyle is an artist based in Brooklyn, New York. His work ranges from experimentation with noise and glitch to immersive large-scale interactive installations; from alternative sensor design to conceptual art. His time is divided evenly between creating new work and creating new tools, developing open source software and hardware for, and in collaboration with, other artists.