Zach Lieberman

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  • Adjunct Associate Professor

Adjunct Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences

Zach Lieberman is an artist, researcher, hacker dedicated to exploring new modes of expression and play. He develops and is one of the co-founders of openframeworks, a c++ library for creative coding.  He is working on the eyewriter project, a lowcost / opensource hardware and software toolkit that helps people draw with their eyes.  A few performances / installations with buildings created by yesyesno, a company he co-founded: Night Lights and Lights On. He's worked with magician Marco Tempest, developing new tricks: AR Magic 1.0 and Magic Projection 1.0. A few years back, he also worked with Mago Julian, making opensourcery, a performance that mixed software and close magic. He also worked on the IQ font, a project where a stunt driver drives a typeface. He is one of the developers of rhonda, a 3d drawing tool that helps people sketch ideas simply in 3d. See also sonic wire sculptor, its musical cousin. 

Adjunct Associate Professor of Media Arts and Sciences

Zach Lieberman is an artist, researcher, hacker dedicated to exploring new modes of expression and play. He develops and is one of the co-founders of openframeworks, a c++ library for creative coding.  He is working on the eyewriter project, a lowcost / opensource hardware and software toolkit that helps people draw with their eyes.  A few performances / installations with buildings created by yesyesno, a company he co-founded: Night Lights and Lights On. He's worked with magician Marco Tempest, developing new tricks: AR Magic 1.0 and Magic Projection 1.0. A few years back, he also worked with Mago Julian, making opensourcery, a performance that mixed software and close magic. He also worked on the IQ font, a project where a stunt driver drives a typeface. He is one of the developers of rhonda, a 3d drawing tool that helps people sketch ideas simply in 3d. See also sonic wire sculptor, its musical cousin.