Audiences and Tomorrow’s Technologies

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The producer and entrepreneur Rohan Gunatilake did a great presentation at the IFEA conference in Rotterdam.

Having completed two years as the lead producer of the Edinburgh Festivals Innovation Lab, Rohan Gunatilake now helps run Sync which works to support arts organisations across Scotland enjoy a more progressive relationship with technology and technologists. Sync’s activities include Culture Hack Scotland, Geeks-in-Residence and the magazine SyncTank. He also produces wellbeing apps and in 2012 Wired magazine named him in their Smart List of 50 people who are about to change the world.

Please click here: Rohan Gunatillake

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