About the Author
Jonathan C. Hall is one of the creators of Sensecast, an application that makes it easy to build motion-controlled interfaces for content using a Kinect. He has been an independent designer/developer for digital projects for the last decade. Hall has also done stints as a beat reporter, a researcher for the smartest person in the world, a technology consultant to the likes of Rob Jarvik and King Abdullah II of Jordan, and a student of the sciences and humanities. Jonathan holds a BA from Harvard University, where he studied languages and religion, and about half a PhD (Communications) from Columbia University.
Phoenix Perry was born in Denver, CO, in 1975. From digital arts curator to Creative Director, she has gained extensive experience in new media, design, and user interfaces. Perry's work spans a large range of disciplines, including drawing, generative art, video, games, and sound. Her projects have been seen worldwide at venues and festivals, including Come out and Play, the Maker Faire at the New York Hall of Science, the Lincoln Center, Transmediale, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, the LAMCA, Harvest Works, Babycastles, the European Media Arts Festival, GenArt, the Seoul Film Festival, and Harvestworks. She is adjunct faculty at NYU-Poly in Integrated Digital Media and owns Devotion Gallery in Brooklyn, NY.