The Pranav Mistry keynotes focus on the future of technology and human interaction. Mistry is a computer scientist who is currently a Research Assistant & PhD candidate at Media Lab, MIT. Mistry hold a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science and Engineering, and has also achieved a Master’s Degree in Media Arts and Sciences from MIT, and a Master of Design from the Industrial Design Center in Bombay.
This technology pro has invented several gadgets such as Mouseless which is an invisible computer mouse; Quickies, which are sticky notes that can send messages and reminders; and a pen that can draw in 3D. This talented scientist is particularly interested in researching augmented reality, collective intelligence, gestural interaction, ubiquitous computing, machine vision and robotics. Mistry has received several awards and honors such as the 2009 Invention Award by Popular Science for his research on SixthSense, and has been named "one of ten, best inventors in the world right now" by Chris Anderson. The Pranav Mistry keynotes are sure to enlighten those who are technology obsessed.