Moritz Waldemeyer

Guest | Artist, Designer, Wearable Tech Pioneer

In this edition of our CES Special, Dean discusses wearables with mastermind Moritz Waldemeyer. Moritz recounts works for A-listers in the music industry, and discusses a stagnation of adventure and creativity within big-tech. Moritz also reflects on working with Bentley Motors and a shift in priorities for car manufacturers.

Moritz Waldemeyer founded his studio in 2004, built on a philosophy of playful experimentation by forging links between technology, art, fashion and design. This approach has resulted in many bespoke wearables, installations, and works of art for Audi, Versace, and Microsoft, as well as light-studded costumes for the likes of U2, Rihanna, and the London Olympics Handover Ceremony performers.
Savannah Peterson

Guest | Founder, Connector, Enabler

This episode’s guest finds her flow state on stage; Savannah Peterson is part of the Forbes Under 30 in Consumer Tech and has revelled in her role as an international speaker. Today, Savannah talks 2020, pandemic-enforced changes in communication and collaboration, as well as hopes for events to return in all their glory.

James Jensen

Guest | Hyper-Reality Pioneer and Founder at The VOID and JUMP

Dean’s latest guest is James Jensen, former Co-Founder of The VOID, CEO of JUMP and pioneer of hyper-reality. James discusses issues facing consumer-focused VR, including creating shared experiences, engaging all the senses, and making immersion meaningful. James also shares his thoughts on big-tech's role in propelling the sector forward.

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