In this clip, Derek explains why STRIVR Labs chose to avoid computer-generated imagery in their VR training system for football players:
In this clip, Andy tells the story a particularly engaged and knowledgeable client: Jimmy Kimmel!
Founder, House Industries
Known throughout the world for its eclectic font collections and far-reaching creative exploits, House Industries has been a standard-bearer for American graphic design for 25 years. House has worked with a diverse list of collaborators including Jimmy Kimmel, Hermès, The New Yorker, John Mayer, Muji, the Estate of Charles and Ray Eames, and Heath Ceramics. Their work is in the permanent collection of the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum and will be the subject of a major exhibition at The Henry Ford museum in the summer of 2017.
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In this clip, Jim explains the “string theory” he developed about innovating with constrained resources:
Bart Weetjens is a Zen priest and social entrepreneur. He is the founder of APOPO, an international humanitarian organisation that trains rats to save human lives by detecting landmines and disease. His work was recognised by Ashoka, the Schwab Foundation to the World Economic Forum and he won a Skoll Award for social entrepreneurship. Based on a vision that wellbeing inspires well-doing, he joined The Wellbeing Project, to help shift the culture in the field of social change to a more caring and compassionate one, with more support for the inner wellbeing of social change leaders. After 12 years of working in Tanzania, Africa, Bart moved back to his birth place Antwerp, Belgium, where he lives with his wife and two daughters.
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In this clip, Yves explains how deep research into the needs and problems of people giving presentations in front of an audience led to the development of a deceptively simple (and highly patentable) feature in the Logitech wireless presenter:
Author, Faster, Higher, Farther: The Volkswagen Scandal
Jack Ewing is European economics correspondent for The New York Times, based in Frankfurt, Germany. He has spent more than twenty years covering German business and economics, including a decade at BusinessWeek magazine. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Hampshire College, and a master’s degree in history from Trinity College.
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In this clip, Rob tells how his team was able to rescue one almost-failure of an experimental beer flavor: