Mike Butcher interviews Evan Nisselson at Second Home as we discuss the future of visualisation tech. A fantastic engaging open evening that touched on so many of my fascinations such as Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, Satellites, mapping and much much more. It was great to hear from Evan, who gave vast insights into visualisation technologies that few people outside of the tech bubble see full scope for. The mapping of humanity starts by simply by taking a picture on our phone to quickly progressing to that elusive satellite selfie, a reality not far away. Yet a combination of technologies such as AI, machine learning and multiple camera lenses on devices will help to form the backbone to this relative future. I love what Periscope is doing right now by syncing your Go Pro device with your mobile phone to broadcast live extreme activities like skiing or anything your imagination and bravery allows. We are on that front where anything is possible. Let’s build that future today.
Diddy announces Revolt Music Conference to be held from 16-19th October 2014 in Miami
Earlier this week Diddy aka Sean Combs announced at the anniversary of the launch of Revolt TV that he is hosting the inagural Revolt Music Conference in Miami in October this year.
It comes at a time where if you are smart you want to lean towards getting involved with multi media powerhouses and Revolt is establishing itself as one. As yet to reach UK shores I wait with interest as the social media engagement of the brand grows.
Themes of the conference are overarching and cover a wide range from Music, Digital, TV, Media, Social Media, A&R. Content wise the conference is tackling issues such as gender imbalance, the lost form of A&R and the line up is impressive.
‘The State of Women in Music’ for instance, is a stand out and in a fab high profile slot on day one of proceedings. In March this year I was at Winter Music Conference and many of these tops are covered, is RMC 2014 going to bring a more urban edge over EDM? I think so and I look forward to the learnings to come from it.
See some of the conference content below, you can fine the full schedule here Please note that it may be subject to change as it is a pdf so do keep an eye out on the website for updates.
So much of Music Industry is changing with technology being the activist for disruption. Bringing together like minded people for a content rich event to drive partnerships, the cross-pollination of ideas and hear gripes is one way to move forward. I think this is exactly the kind of Revolt I want to be a part of. Check it out www.revoltmusicconference.com
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