Alumna presents keynote at SXSW Interactive
March 06, 2012
Amber Case ’08 will present the keynote speech “Ambient Location and the Future of the Interface” on Sunday, March 11, at the 2012 South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive conference. To follow the conversation about Case’s keynote, search Twitter hashtags #sxsw or #AmberCase.
Case founded CyborgCamp and Geoloqi.com. She focuses her work on mobile software, augmented reality, and data visualization. She was named by Fast Company magazine as one of the most influential women in tech in 2010.
Learn more about Case—who credits Deborah Heath, associate professor of anthropology, for introducing her to the concept of cyborg anthropology—in this feature from Lewis & Clark’s Chronicle magazine.