Digital Signage Summit Europe 2018
Michael Luck brings a strategic approach to the creative implementation of interactive AV technologies for a wide range of client projects. Michael draws upon his extensive expertise in interactive systems, interaction design, system design and assistive technology to create innovative solutions for projects such as the Shanghai Corporate Pavilion at the 2010 World Expo, the Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the U.S. Senate, and Terrell Place in Washington, D.C -, featuring 1,700 square feet of motion-activated digital displays. Prior to joining ESI in 2008, Luck created innovative work for a broad range of institutions including the American Museum of Natural History, Staten Island Children’s Museum, and Sydney Museum of Contemporary Art, where he was an artist-in-residence. In addition to his design work, Luck teaches a graduate class in the School of Visual Art’s Interaction Design Department (IXD). He has also taught at the New York City College of Technology, New York University, and the Cooper Union School of Engineering. Before receiving his Master’s in Interactive Telecommunications fromNYU’s Tisch School Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), Luck completed a two-year apprenticeship in Korean traditional folk song in Seoul.