LDV Vision Summit 2016:
Innovation & Trends in Video and Digital Imaging
We bring together top technologists, visionaries, startups, media/brand executives and investors with the purpose of exploring how imaging and video technologies will empower or disrupt businesses and society.
Who should attend?
» Technology executives evaluating imaging and video companies for partnerships & acquisitions
» Media and brand executives interested in boosting revenue by leveraging new imaging and video products and technologies
» Investors: Visual technologies & businesses deliver tremendous upside - don't miss the next Instagram, Youtube, Oculus, Snapchat...
» Imaging and video startups interested in meeting investors, customers, recruiting and potential partners
» Creatives: Photographers, Videographers and anyone creating content
» Computer Vision & Artificial Intelligence experts and professionals
May 24 & 25 2016
Location: New York City, SVA Theatre
Day 1: Technology Deep Dive
Join the smartest people working in Computer Vision, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, Augmented Reality and all technology related to Visual Content
Day 2: Business & Product
How can you increase revenue and avoid being disrupted by competitors. Topics range from the future of Cameras, Analytics, Social, Advertising, Distribution, Monetization, and Publishing.
2015 Highlights: Video
Presented by Evan Nisselson, LDV Capital
Video Program: Rebecca Paoletti, CakeWorks, CEO
Computer Vision Program: Serge Belongie, Cornell Tech
Computer Vision Advisors: Jan Erik Solem, Mapillary
Universities: Cornell Tech, School of Visual Arts, International Center of Photography
Sponsors: Amazon AWS, Facebook, FLIR Systems, GumGum, IDA Ireland, Microsoft Research, Qualcomm, Vidcaster
Media Partners: Kaptur, VizWorld
At least 9 companies who presented or competed at the last Summit have since raised venture capital funding.
Many others have joined startups or formed companies with people they met at the Summit.
Startup Competition: Are you one of the most promising imaging & video companies? Compete for limited presentation slots in front of ~450 attendees including judges, investors, customers and potential partners.
Entrepreneurial Computer Vision Challenge: Face off against your fellow Computer Vision and Machine Learning enthusiasts for a chance to present your solutions to top industry VCs, judges, media executives and hiring companies.