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Joshua Dickinson is a programmer and computational artist interested in blurring the boundary between humans and machines. He received a BA in music composition from Columbia University in 2010 and an MS in Multimedia Engineering from the Media Art and Technology department at UC Santa Barbara in 2013. His research centers around human-computer interaction, cultural analytics, computer vision, and the exploration of large or otherwise unique datasets.

 

 

 

Michael Hetrick is a Ph.D. candidate in the Media Arts and Technology department at UC, Santa Barbara. A lifelong musician, he discovered his passion for electronic music while studying at Western Reserve Academy. At Vanderbilt University, he expanded his work into the field of video art while receiving a B.A. in Digital Media and Distribution. He went on to receive an M.A. in Electronic Music and Sound Design at UC, Santa Barbara in 2011 while doing research in chaotic synthesis under Curtis Roads. He produces electronic music under the name The February Thaw.

 

Dr. Ryan Michael McGee is an engineer, composer, and new media artist experienced in the development of custom and commercial software for spatial audio, sonification, sound design, interactive, and mobile applications. He holds a BSEE from the University of Texas at Dallas and a PhD in Media Arts and Technology from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Ryan Produces music as Life Orange.