Speaker: Brent Bushnell, Two Bit Circus and Anti-AgingGames.com
Time: Wednesday, January 30, 6-8pm
Location: USC’s Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts (RZC), Room 122
Brent Bushnell is an engineer and entrepreneur. He has extensive software engineering and systems experience including deep knowledge of web application authoring, scaling, and maintenance. He has held executive positions with entertainment & technology startups for the past 10 years, co-founding Syyn Labs, uWink and Tapcode. Brent attended the University of California, Los Angeles for Computer Science and serves as a technical advisor to three companies.
Two Bit Circus is a unique hybrid of intellectuals, creatives and performers. We like to get our hands dirty. By combining engineering, fabrication, and construction, we leap beyond the digital screen and into the real world, creating physical marvels fueled by technology and perfected by craftsmanship. As natural story-tellers, we use ideation, programming, and design to establish strong creative and technical foundations for every project.
Anti-AgingGames.com features fun and easy memory, focus, and relaxation games designed by Nolan Bushnell, the Founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese, and a team of expert neurobehavioral scientists. Anti-AgingGames.com is the only brain stimulation game site optimized for cognitively healthy people over 35 years of age and includes tips that teach how to potentially reduce the risk of early memory loss through lifestyle changes. These tips were distilled from over 17,000 medical studies.