Barton Fiske

Barton Fiske of zSpace discusses the design challenges in creating 3D interfaces

Barton Fiske
Tue, October 8, 6:30pm – 9:00pm


Please register. It helps us and our hosts plan appropriately.


Barton Fiske, from zSpace, will be speaking at BostonCHI on Tuesday October 8 at Constant Contact, starting at 6:30pm.

Come join fellow Boston entrepreneurs, tech-enthusiasts and zSpace users at the zSpace BostonCHI event:

  • Experience zSpace live and explore exclusive demo applications applicable to your industry.
  • Learn how zSpace is a part of the UI evolution of making computing more approachable and usable.
  • Discover how to develop new zSpace applications that change the way people learn, play and create.
  • Special invite and free registration to zCon East: The zSpace Special Interest Group Conference taking place in Boston on October 21, 2013


Barton has been fascinated by 3D graphics, visualization and computer gaming from a very early age and pursued his degree in Computer Science specifically to further these interests into a full blown profession. A graduate of the Rochester Institute of Technology, Barton has more than 25 years experience in a variety of roles, ranging from software engineer to systems engineer and demo architect for Sun Microsystems, senior cloud architect for Oracle and most recently as the director of technical sales and evangelism for zSpace.Barton is the co-author of two books on Java programming and has developed dozens of interactive demo experiences for a wide variety of industrial scenarios, from global product launches to end user applications.

Evening Schedule

6:30 – 7:00 Networking over pizza and beverages
7:00 – 8:30 Meeting
8:30 – 9:00 CHI Dessert and more networking!

Monthly Sponsors

Thank you to our generous sponsors this month. If you’re interested in sponsoring BostonCHI, please let us know.
Constant Contact is hosting us.
zSpace is providing pre-meeting food.



Integrated Computer Services is sponsoring CHI Dessert.





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