In this episode of Innovation Storytellers, David Rose, Author of Enchanted Objects and SuperSight and CTO at Home Outside, talks about the possible applications of VR (virtual reality) and AR (augmented reality) in our everyday lives, and how they might be used to predict any long-term consequences of our short-term decisions, as well as solve large scale problems, such as climate change.
David also shares his thoughts on the metaverse, and how storytelling will work with VR and AR technologies.
David Rose is a five-time entrepreneur, MIT lecturer, author, and expert on digital product innovation, computer vision, spatial computing, and the internet of things. He is a futurist at EPAM Continuum prototyping new product and service concepts that exploit emerging platforms like AI, VR/AR, wearables, embodied interaction, and affective computing.
He is the author of Enchanted Objects and SuperSight, and holds patents for photo sharing, interactive TV, ambient information displays, medical devices, and machine learning algorithms. His work has been featured at the MoMA; covered in The New York Times, WIRED, and The Economist. He has been a guest on The Daily Show and parodied on The Colbert Report.