Sures Kumar is a speculative designer interested in the implications of technology in our society. He focuses on algorithms and their applications in sentimental decision-making processes. His prior works falls under the domain of interaction design and digital art.
Sures Kumar’s work has been published in Wired, FastCoDesign, Core77, Arduino Blog, CNN, CreativeApplications, Animal Newyork, PSFK, PitaPixels, Complex etc. and also has been exhibited internationally at the ACM Siggraph and Yahoo! USID Academic Showcase.
He currently lives in London and is studying Design Interactions at the Royal College of Art. Previously, he graduated from National Institute of Design, India. He gives workshops and teaches creative coding and projection mapping techniques at various universities.
He has worked for Microsoft Inc and has interned at Google, UK and Local Projects, NYC where his works include developing several interactive solutions for Cleveland Museum of Art, Civil Debate Interactive Wall at the Bob Graham Centre for Public Service, University of Florida and the National September 11th Memorial Museum at Ground Zero.
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