Stanford EE Computer Systems Colloquium

4:15PM, Wednesday, June 4, 2014
HP Auditorium, Gates Computer Science Building Room B1

Old dog new tricks
Technology, Entertainment and working in Asia.

Richard Chuang
About the talk:

A personal look at how technology is changing the future of entertainment. The shift to mobile is challenging many of the old thinking about how content is created and delivered. The traditional mass market is evolving to a market of individual consumer. We look at the impact of this new model and challenges of how technology will influence this change in Asia and the rest of the world.


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About the speaker:

[Speaker photo] Richard Chuang, CEO of Cloudpic, co-founder of PDI. After leaving PDI/DreamWorks back in 2008, Richard, a pioneer in the computer graphics entertainment industry, heads a start up with the goal of re-thinking how to connect content creators together without the overhead of a studio infrastructure. During this journey spent 400K miles traveling and working with technology companies and studios in Asia. From starting studios across multiple countries, building a mobile gaming business to serving as interim-CEO of a large studio in Asia he had to relearn much about the changing technology entertainment industry as well as the challenges of working in Asia.

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Richard Chuang