Solidworks World 2018 Keynote Speakers Announced

Keynote Speakers for SOLIDWORKS World 2018
2018 is only a few days old, but it's already shaping up to one of the most unforgettable years in SOLIDWORKS World history—starting with the announcement of this year's keynote speakers.
Brent Bushnell
As CEO of Two Bit Circus—one of the world's most interesting entertainment companies—Brent has his fair share of stories to tell. From masterminding a network of micro-amusement parks, to creating a 360-video platform used by the NFL, NBA, and Olympics, to helping produce mega-viral videos for OK GO, Brent has had a fantastic journey thus far. And he's only getting warmed up.
Neri Oxman
Architect. Designer. Inventor. Recipient of FASTCOMPANY's "most creative people" award. Neri Oxman is a lot of things—and all of them are amazing. The heart of her work lies in the intersection of computational design, digital fabrication, and synthetic biology, with a special focus on enhancing the relationship between the built and natural world. Neri is on a never-ending quest to develop and employ design principles inspired or engineered by Nature.
Joe Hiura and Robert Andrew Johnson
Hollywood Art Directors and Set Designers, Joe and Robert have worked in the Oscar winning art departments for Avatar, and their work was nominated by the Art Director's Guild for Excellence for Tron Legacy (2010), and Oblivion (2013). Plus, Joe was a creator of the most battle-ready Batmobile the world has ever seen, which is awesome. Hear how they use SOLIDWORKS to help create the aesthetics modern-day, sci-fi favorites and superhero films like Batman v. Superman.
Kyoungchul Kong
Kyoungchul is a professor of mechanical engineering at Sogang University, and CEO and founder of SG Robotics. With the help of his team he's developed various wearable robots to help those in need of assistive technologies. At SOLIDWORKS World 2018 he'll showcase his latest work, ANGELEGS—a wearable robot system that helps people whose ability to walk has been severely impaired move more freely on their own legs.
Michael Jagemann
Mike is the head of production for the XB-1, the first independently developed supersonic jet and history's fastest civil aircraft. He's the one responsible for turning engineering designs into real, tangible products, while still making them cost efficient and completely safe. It's not a typical job, but that's fine. Mike's not your typical production head.
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