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Marko Tandefelt, Director of Technology and Research
Marko Tandefelt is a Finnish born New York based musician and concept designer. Among his main interests are electronic musical instruments, sensorbased prototyping, synaesthesia and experimental visualization systems. Marko has worked in R&D, pervasive computing and industrial visualization projects for companies such as NEC, ESIDesign and Antennadesign/NYC MTA. Prior to Eyebeam, he worked at the Finnish Cultural Institute in New York as a Project Director and Curator of "SAUMA: Design as Cultural Interface" (www.saumadesign.net) and "F2F: New Media Art from Finland" (www.f2fmedia.net) exhibitions. Marko is also the AV & Media Producer of a large scale touring international exhibition Eero Saarinen: Shaping the Future (www.eerosaarinen.net). Since 2001, he has taught Masters level Physical Computing and Thesis Studio courses at Parsons School of Design CDT program. Marko holds a B.M. degree Summa Cum Laude in Music Technology from NYU, a Master's degree from NYU Tisch Interactive Telecommunications program. He is a member of ACM, AES, IEEE, SIGGRAPH, SMPTE and SPIE. He is a lifetime member of Pi Kappa Lambda, national music society. Marko is currently working on a multisensory immersive interactive cinema capturing and playback system, and on an embedded computing book translation project.