Nick Dangerfield builds tools and products about art and technology. He built an idiosyncratic video camera loved by Terrence Malick, Spike Jonze, Harmony Korine, Claire Denis and Pak Chan Wook. And then a little pin-button to release music on, used by Lady Gaga, The xx, Florence andt he Machine and hundreds more. In 2012, he built one of the first open tools for internet art, used by thousands of young artists. Since 2016 he’s focused on sound—building the first spatial sound AR app, digitally re-creating David Bowie’s archive as a VR experience, and building Oda, a new type of music speaker, and a long-form transmission platform designed for deep listening and connection.

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