Mark Pesce

Mark Pesce

Seeking (and finding) our future

Mark Pesce will get you thinking about what our hyperconnected future means… for all of us.

Why you should listen to him

Mark Pesce is an inventor, entrepreneur, writer, educator and broadcaster. In 1994 He co-invented VRML, a 3D interface to the World Wide Web, and has gone on to write six books, including The Playful World: How Technology is Transforming Our Imagination, which explored the frontiers of the future through an examination of interactive toys, and THE NEXT BILLION SECONDS an analysis of culture now that we’re all ‘hyperconnected’.

Pesce founded postgraduate programs in interactive media at both the University of Southern California and the Australian Film, Television and Radio School.  For seven years, Pesce was a panelist and judge on the ABC’s hit series The New Inventors, and regularly comments on the intersection of technology and society for JJJ Hack, The Project, and ABC Local Radio. In 2012, Pesce founded MooresCloud, a company dedicated to making the Internet of Things easy to use and increasingly useful.


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