AV/IT 2019: What’s Next in Integrated Experiences
Posted July 23, 2019
The 2019 AV/IT Summit to be held in NYC this August provides a place for all parts of the audiovisual and information technology ecosystem to come together and discuss how best to work together and enable each other to succeed while enhancing efficiencies across the board. It is an event focused on relationships, networking and thought leadership, covering everything from AV Product Roadmaps to integrated experiences, the future of display technology and big data. As part of the conference, ESI Design’s Andrew Lazarow, Designer & AV Technologist, will be discussing future trends in integrated experiences.
What to Expect: The Future of Integrated Experiences
On August 1st, Andrew Lazarow will join a panel of experts revealing what we can expect from a future where storytelling determines technology. The panel will include experience designers and tech managers specializing in merging the digital with the physical, who will talk about their work creating unforgettable experiences for museums, stadiums, and all manner of brand activations and events.
AV/IT Summit Details:
AV/IT Summit 2019, Citi Field, NYC
Thursday, August 1
2:15 PM – 3:00 PM
Learn more about the panel.
Meet the Speaker: Andrew Lazarow
Andrew Lazarow is an award-winning interactive designer. In his role as a Systems Designer at ESI, he develops the robust visual and audio systems that support the interactive experiences designed by the ESI team. Andrew has 11 years of interaction design experience, focusing on encouraging audiences to be more present and inspiring wonder. His areas of expertise include projection mapping, motion capture, video systems and interactive lighting control.
For the past five years, Andrew has been a Resident Researcher and Adjunct Professor at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program. As a designer outside of ESI, he focuses on interactive video and projections designs for retail and public spaces as well as for theater, dance, and opera. Andrew graduated from Williams College with a B.A. in Performance Studies, going on to receive his Master’s in Interactive Telecommunications from NYU.