Matt Hershenson is a co-founder of Playground Global](https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/playground-global), a company that invests in and incubates startups building software-based hardware. He was previously the senior vice president of advanced products at Danger.
Hershenson worked as the director of Android at Google before which he was a systems architect at Philips Semiconductors.
Hershenson holds a degree in physics from the University of Michigan.
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