This is a final post with learnings from my trip to The Future of Storytelling (FOST) Summit in New York. My thanks for inspirations offered by Don Hahn, Melissa Kelly, Andrew Peters and my friend and virtual reality savant David Polinchock.
Every year, I force myself out of my day-to-day activities to attend the Future of Storytelling Summit in New York. In a short series of posts, I’m sharing some of the lessons I learned this year. I hope you find them useful.
Every serious conversation about quantum physics has a tendency to melt your brain. It doesn’t make sense, and yet it is. So in a session with Jonathan Josephson of Quantum Interface he started looking at the influence of quantum field theory on user experience design, I knew I could be in for a rollercoaster ride (OK, I’m a nerd, sue me ).
Alain Thys is an experience architect who helps organisations drive profit and transformation through experience.