Dan O’Sullivan is the Chair at NYU’s ITP in the Tisch School of the Arts. He is currently working on the idea of point-of-view telepresence. Dan teaches classes around whole body sensing as well as fundamental computer programming classes. He was the originator of the physical computing curriculum and together with co-author Tom Igoe, wrote the Physical Computing Book. During his tenure at ITP, he has also been an Eyebeam Artist in Residence, an Interval Research Fellow, and a research scientist for Intel, Microsoft and NYNEX. Prior to becoming full time at ITP, Dan was president of his own new media company, O’Sullivision for seven years with clients including HBO, Microsoft, Oxygen, USA Networks and Viacom. As a student and research scientist at NYU, he developed Dan’s Apartment, YORB, Marianne Rubberhead, and several other zany interactive television shows which are still remembered fondly by late night viewers of Manhattan Cable Television. At Apple Computer he worked at the Human Interface Group and was the original developer of QuickTimeVR.