Kate Hollenbach is a programmer and media artist based in Los Angeles, California. She works with interactive systems and new technologies relating body, gesture, and physical space. She is currently a graduate student in UCLA Design Media Arts and holds a B.Sc. in Computer Science and Engineering from MIT.

Kate has also worked as an interface designer and product developer. As Director of Design and Computation at Oblong Industries, she led an interdisciplinary team of designers and programmers to develop cutting edge user experiences for collaborative environments and new interaction models for gestural devices. She oversaw the design of Mezzanine, the company’s flagship product. Mezzanine is in use today by clients including IBM, Accenture, CBRE, and Sonos.

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