Andreas Muller

Andreas Muller


Rich Media Director at Hi-ReS! for a number of years before founding Nanika together with Hi-ReS! founder Florian Schmitt.

Apart from his contributions to various award winning projects while at Hi-ReS!, in 2005 he was awarded the Tokyo Type Directors Club Grand Prix for his piece ""For All Seasons"", the first and so far only interactive piece to receive the Grand Prix.

In 2007 Wind (see on session page) and SwimmingMessageSystem (see on session page) were selected by Wired magazine to go on display at the yearly Wired NextFest festival.


Tools And Techniques At Nanika

This session will take a look at some of the Open Source tools we use at Nanika, some common computer vision techniques and hopefully sprinkle some useful tips on top.