Interactive Developer and Maker of Things, Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Ben Bergman is the interactive developer for the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. He likes to work with his hands and his brain, with bytes and electrons. The world of human computer interaction and physical computing is his playground, be it making intuitive interfaces to help people learn tough concepts or making completely impractical devices for his own amusement.
A Man and His Machines
BY BEN BERGMAN
@ VOL 38
ON JUN 06, 2019
Ben Bergman loves to push buttons and make them, too. As an Interactive Developer, Ben likes to devise new ways for people to interact with technology, and encourage users to rethink their idea of what interfaces should be. In this 20x20 talk, Ben shows us a few fascinating examples of the interfaces that he's made, including a couple that may surprise you.
Ben's talk was recorded live at PechaKucha Night Winnipeg Vol. 38, on June 6 2019, at the Park Theatre.
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