Hernán Ortiz is a writer, publisher and producer. He has published the books Agua/Cero (an anthology of weird short stories with a soundtrack), Chicas Míticas (an interdisciplinary experimental book) and Memorias del Futuro (a design fiction book). He also runs Encuentro Fractal, an annual community engagement event for imagine the future of emerging technologies using the power of storytelling.
His fiction and non-fiction work has appeared in publications such as The Barcelona Review, Lazy Fascist Review, Rolling Stone, Arcadia and OMNI Reboot.
He has a background in computer science, spends a lot of time imaging nonexisting technologies and lives in the 14th floor of a building in Medellín, Colombia.
Some of his writing can be found here.
As the chair Professor of Pervasive Computing at City University London and founder and director of the Mixed Reality Lab in Singapore, Dr. Adrian Cheok research is focused on a multi-sensory platform that will enable new ways of communication. He envisions a near future where smell, touch and taste information enrich virtual environments. In the […]View Article
In mid February, our tight-knit team here at Mobility Labs cooked together, glided down a snowy slope, and co-created something out of nothing as part of our third corporate retreat. We also got sore, lost, and sick, but I’m getting ahead of myself. Previously we enjoyed the crystal caribbean water of Cabrera in the Dominican […]View Article