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From dissecting clocks as a little boy to creating an interactive multi-modal trailer for children with disabilities as an adult, Michael Luck Schneider has sought to integrate technology into people’s environments in a manner that appeals to their organic, artistic sensibilities.

Michael works as a researcher, artist, and interaction designer, incorporating new technologies into interfaces and experience. He is currently working at ESI Design as an Interaction Designer and interactive systems specialist in emerging technology and is a lead designer for the Shanghai Corporate Pavilion at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai. He was a professor at New York City College of Technology in the Department of Entertainment Technology and teaches classes at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program in the area of Physical Computing and assistive technology. He has shown work at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, Australia and has had performances both in New York and South Korea. He has built and designed interactive exhibits for places such as The American Museum of Natural History, The National Building Museum, and The Staten Island Children’s museum. He was an invited speaker at Siggraph, The Usability Professional Association, ISEA ZeroOne, and Art Beyond Sight at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He earned a bachelors degree from Pomona College and has a masters degree from the Interactive Telecommunications Program.

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