Muzik is a disruptive innovation lab and technology company specializing in wearable devices built for culture by culture. It currently works with icons across the worlds of sports, music, fashion, and technology to create products that empower you to listen, create and share in exciting new ways.
When I heard that they were building the first camera/headphone, which allows users to merge sound, photos, and video, utilizing voice and touch, I had to find out more. Muzik CTO Kevin Calloway joins me on Tech Talks Daily to discuss the announcements and share more details on VISION’s SDK for developers. I learn more about what this might mean for the future of video streaming and connectivity.
Kevin is a recognized DevOps thought leader, with deep hands-on experience in Enterprise Digital Transformations, Cybersecurity, Enterprise System Architecture, WoT/IoT development, manufacturing, eCommerce, and New Digital (Mobile, AR, VR, AI). His technology experience spans 25 years and has included CTO/CIO roles at Fortune 1000 companies as well as cutting-edge startups.
Over his career, he has worked with enterprise clients such as Yahoo!, Zappos, SONY, Disney, Fashion Nova, Paul Frank, Power Rangers, ABC, Levis, Stryker Medical, Harbor Freight Tool, Saban Brands, BCBG, Rachel Zoe, House of Harlow, Hartwell Industries, J2 Global, ExtraTV and many more. As a Digital Transformation specialist, he helps Fortune companies address and removes technology roadblocks that impede them from meeting their full potential.
Kevin is also the founder and co-creator of Space 42, a 22,000sqft space in Florida that creates a culture around art and technology. Working together with international artists, local museums (MOSH, MOCA) and local school districts Space 42 curators cultural events for the whole community with the focus of introducing new ideas and technology.
I learn more about Kevin’s story and how VISION’s camera offers POV-style video that can be live-streamed, and thanks to the SDK, it can be customized to individual or enterprise needs. For example, a real estate agent can easily operate a POV-style virtual tour of a home using the headphones and incorporate it into their own branded applications. Another key differentiator is that the camera will stream at the eye-line level, allowing for a realistic user-experience unlike anything else on the market.
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