How I used Math and Software to get into every Fashion House in the world...
Presenting the Art and Science of my Software Business
In this talk, we’ll discover how applied computational geometry allows fashion designers to express artistic creativity; how locally designed software enables automation and personalization on a massive scale; and how the talent was developed to help bring it to the world.
Since graduating from UW, Tas has worked with coffee, atoms, needles and thread, mobile phones, ink and in August his software will be running at the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janiero.
View Tas Tsonis' biography.
BMath'75 CS, CEO-Pulse Microsystems
Reception to follow in William G. Davis Computer Research Centre (DC) room 1301 (Fishbowl).
Space is limited.
200 University Avenue West
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1