1. video poster for LDV Vision Summit Highlights 2016

    LDV Vision Summit Highlights 2016

    We bring together top technologists, visionaries, computer vision experts, AI experts, startups, media/brand executives, creators and investors with the purpose of exploring how visual technologies will empower or disrupt businesses and society.

    • July 29, 2016
  2. video poster for Larry Zitnick, Facebook, Artificial Intelligence Research Lead:  A Visual Stepping Stone to Artificial Intelligence.

    Larry Zitnick, Facebook, Artificial Intelligence Research Lead: A Visual Stepping Stone to Artificial Intelligence.

    What do the recent advances in computer vision mean for AI? Computer vision and AI are intertwined, yet insights gained in one may not be applicable to the other. The future of AI research depends on identifying these differences and finding new and creative solutions. - Larry Zitnick, Facebook, Artificial Intelligence Research Lead

    • June 22, 2016
  3. video poster for Heather Raikes, 8ninths, Creative Director: Design Patterns for Evolving Storytelling Through Virtual and Mixed Reality Technologies.

    Heather Raikes, 8ninths, Creative Director: Design Patterns for Evolving Storytelling Through Virtual and Mixed Reality Technologies.

    Heather Raikes has a PhD in Digital Arts and Experimental Media and is currently Creative Director at Seattle-based virtual and mixed reality development studio 8ninths. She will discuss archetypes that underscore the fundamentals of storytelling and emerging design patterns that can be applied to virtual and mixed reality technologies. - Heather Raikes, 8ninths, Creative Director, Augmented | Virtual Reality

    • June 22, 2016
  4. video poster for Trina DasGupta, Single Palm Tree Productions, CEO: How funny videos can help build cultural understanding.

    Trina DasGupta, Single Palm Tree Productions, CEO: How funny videos can help build cultural understanding.

    Trina has spent her career exploring how entertainment can help bring people from different cultures, races and backgrounds together. From beginning her career at Viacom & MTV to creating content in 12 different languages to help prevent HIV to building a movement using mobile technology to increase women’s access to health care and employment in emerging markets. She believes satire may save the world.

    • June 22, 2016
  5. video poster for Fireside Chat: Bijan Sabet of Spark Capital with Evan Nisselson of LDV Capital.

    Fireside Chat: Bijan Sabet of Spark Capital with Evan Nisselson of LDV Capital.

    Bijan and Evan discuss future investment trends and early stage opportunities in businesses leveraging visual technologies. - Bijan Sabet, Spark Capital, General Partner & Co-Founder - Evan Nisselson, LDV Capital

    • June 22, 2016
  6. video poster for Panel:  The Content Creator’s Dilemma with Cake Works, Refinery29, Believe Entertainment, Mark Burnet Content & Vidlet

    Panel: The Content Creator’s Dilemma with Cake Works, Refinery29, Believe Entertainment, Mark Burnet Content & Vidlet

    While costs of creating quality digital video aren’t quite as high as TV’s, the means to support that programming via advertising dollars remains both complicated and often elusive. Enter the innovative brand (and its agency). How can creators play with marketers while maintaining authenticity and originality. Will audiences watch?

    • June 22, 2016
  7. video poster for Fireside Chat: Howard Morgan of First Round Capital & Evan Nisselson of LDV Capital.

    Fireside Chat: Howard Morgan of First Round Capital & Evan Nisselson of LDV Capital.

    Howard and Evan will discuss future investment trends and early stage opportunities in businesses leveraging visual technologies. - Howard Morgan, First Round Capital, Partner & Co-Founder - Evan Nisselson, LDV Capital

    • June 22, 2016
  8. video poster for Lauren Walsh, NYU, Professor: Iconic Photos and their Impact on Society--Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

    Lauren Walsh, NYU, Professor: Iconic Photos and their Impact on Society--Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow

    What makes an image iconic? Dr. Walsh discusses her current project on a seminal photo taken three decades ago, examining its significant impact on the local society then and its legacy today, in a changing visual landscape. The rise of digital technologies and the ease of making and disseminating pictures are redefining the way we see and react to iconic photos. - Lauren Walsh, NYU, Professor & Director of the NYU Gallatin Summer Photojournalism Lab

    • June 22, 2016
  9. video poster for Evan Nisselson, LDV Capital: It’s coming! The Internet of Eyes will allow objects to see. #IoEyes

    Evan Nisselson, LDV Capital: It’s coming! The Internet of Eyes will allow objects to see. #IoEyes

    In the near future, every inanimate object we interact with may not only have the ability to see, but could also improve our lives. In order for this visibility to happen, objects will need the assistance of visual sensors and cameras. There are tremendous opportunities for new businesses, investments and hopefully these will help improve our lives. - Evan Nisselson, LDV Capital

    • June 22, 2016
  10. video poster for Fireside chat: Josh Elman of Greylock Partners and Evan Nisselson of LDV Capital

    Fireside chat: Josh Elman of Greylock Partners and Evan Nisselson of LDV Capital

    Josh and Evan discuss future investment trends and early stage opportunities in businesses leveraging visual technologies.

    • June 22, 2016