Twitter highlights from The Warren Centre’s Creative Code panel

The Warren Centre held its Creative Code: Where Technology Meets Art event at Sydney’s Customs House on Tuesday 7 June. Many thanks to our panellists and everyone who came to the event for making it such a success.

The event featured Wayne Lewis, co-founder of the visual effects team of Rising Sun Pictures who are behind the X-Men movies, Harry Potter and Pirates of the Caribbean. Wayne appeared with Chris Bennett, VP and General Manager, Dolby Australia, who provide some of the world’s leading sound technology from Sydney, and Dr Martin Tomitsch, an internationally recognised leader in technology design and leader of the Design Lab at the University of Sydney. It was moderated by Gail Silman of Training Services NSW.

Here are some Twitter highlights that our audience and panel members shared during the event. You can use the #TWCinnovation hashtag to discuss and browse any event by The Warren Centre, and you can follow us at @thewarrencentre. You can also follow our Executive Director, Ashley Brinson, at @jashleyb and our COO, Alex Harrington at @AlexInnovation.

We will publish video footage of the event over the coming week.

The Creative Code event is part of The Warren Centre’s Innovation Panels 2016 event series and was kindly sponsored by the University of Sydney.