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The Technology of Science Visualization at San Francisco Nerd Nite


I’ll be talking about life, the Universe and everything at San Francisco Nerd Nite on Wednesday, March 16th. Be sure to RSVP here, (though it isn’t mandatory.) Nerd Nite had this to say:

The Coolest A/V Club in the Universe: Science Visualization at the California Academy of Sciences
Nerd Nite Poster
What happens when A/V geeks grow up? The Morrison Planetarium. Boasting the largest all-digital dome in the world, state-of-the-art projection and software, and the finest scientific minds—and best data—at its disposal, the California Academy of Sciences has some pretty awesome ways of educating the public. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the new Academy’s immersive theaters, digital exhibits, and production pipeline, as we take a whirlwind tour of the known universe.

Jon Britton is Senior Systems Engineer and Production Engineering Manager of Electronics Engineering and Science Visualization at the California Academy of Sciences, and still actively trying to figure out what, exactly, that means.

I’m presenting alongside Chris Woodfield, Sr Network Engineer at Yahoo, and Alex Handy, director of the Museum of Art and Digital Entertainment.

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