Our inside track to the week!
This year, New York Digital Signage Week will take place November 2-6, 2015 and as usual OpenEye will be involved with several of the events. Here are the details:
Event: Coffee and Controversy – A Breakfast Event
Date: November 3rd
Time: 8:30 AM – 12:30
Location: Guy’s American Kitchen & Bar – New York City
Coffee & Controversy – a Breakfast, featuring a spirited panel discussion in New York City during New York Digital Signage Week on Tuesday, November 3rd from 8:30-10:30 am at Guy’s American Kitchen and Bar near Times Square. Following the breakfast and panel discussion will be an optional installation tour of a major New York City digital signage project.
The DSF panel discussion, moderated by Ken Goldberg, DSF’s outgoing 2015 Chairman & CEO of Real Digital Media, will explore a number of topics related to technology, content and operations. The morning’s format will be rapid fire, possibly irreverent and will invite audience participation by providing a mobile voting app allowing those in attendance to weigh in after each topic.
Attendees are also invited to suggest panel topics by tweeting to @DSFederation with the hashtag #coffeetopic. Topic authors will be identified as topics are posed to the panel, which will consist of:
- Randy Dearborn, DSF 2015 Vice Chairman & Vice President Multimedia Technologies, MGM Resorts International
- Phil Lenger, President & Creative Director, Show + Tell
- Bryan Meszaros, CEO & Founder, OpenEye
- Tom Nix, CEO Scala
Event: SEGD Xlab 2015
Date: November 5th & 6th
Time: 8:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Location: SVA Theatre / 333 W 23rd St, New York
Note: On Nov. 5th OpenEye will be hosting a tour of our project at Madame Tussauds
What is Xlab?
Xlab is the event where technology, place and design intersect. (SEGD’s fast-growing tech-focused experiential design conference is now a part of New York Digital Signage Week. )
Because Xlab brings together the designers, thinkers and makers who are transforming the landscape of experience design and influencing our future through the use of technology, from connected data and wearables, to enhancing interaction with the environments we live, work, travel and play in. It’s an engaging and inspiring exploration, which will open new dialogues and change the way we think about design and the future.
Xlab now includes a limited number of spots on NYC project and studio tours. Only participants registering before tours fill up can attend a tour, so reserve a spot soon!