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Born in Israel and raised in Chile, Daniel Rosenberg is a designer, architect and educator holding a master’s and a PhD in Design and Computation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. For the last two years, he has been directing an interdisciplinary design practice in Brooklyn, leading a team of designers, architects and creative technologist from MIT Media Lab in the development of cutting-edge digital products and interactive sculptures and spaces for clients such as Target, Cartier, Google and Cadillac. Daniel is a designer of innovative spaces, products and tangible technologies that merge our increasingly disconnected digital and physical experiences. He is a creator of transformational design – a design method that combines mindful awareness and human-computer interaction; as well as an educator and promoter of the MIT vision-driven, interdisciplinary and hands-on culture for R&D and design.

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