David Rose is a product designer, technology visionary, and serial entrepreneur.
Currently David is CEO at Ditto Labs, the leading provider of photo analytics for brands.
Rose founded and was CEO of Ambient Devices where he pioneered glanceable technology: embedding Internet information in everyday objects like light bulbs, mirrors, refrigerators, umbrellas to make the physical environment an interface to digital information.
In 1997 Rose patented online photo-sharing and founded Opholio (acquired by FlashPoint Technology).
Before the Internet he founded and was President of Interactive Factory (acquired by RDW Group) which creates museum exhibits, educational software and smart toys, including the award-winning LEGO Mindstorms Robotic Invention System.
Rose taught Interaction Design at Yale, and Information Visualization at the Harvard Graduate School of Design, and currently teaches tangible computing at the MIT Media Lab.
He received his BA in Physics from St. Olaf College, studied Interactive Cinema at the MIT Media Lab, and earned a Masters Degree from Harvard University.
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