Mar/08 Lecture
Adam Chernick

Adam Chernick

2022 Urbanism Spring Lecture Series
Tuesday, 8-March 12:30 – 1:45 PM EST

Co-hosted by the City Design & Development Program (CDD), SMArchS Urbanism Program and Norman B. Leventhal Center for Advanced Urbanism at MIT.

This lecture, AR-based Communication for Architecture and Urban Design, will be streamed online here. The webcast link includes a section where you can submit questions to the speaker for the Q&A period in real time.

Adam Chernick

SHoP Architects

As Director of Interactive Visualization, Adam leads research and development for AR/VR and adjacent emerging technology at SHoP Architects. Previously he led BIM strategy and coordination on several large projects including the GroupM Global Headquarters, in World Trade Center 3. His years on the design technology and documentation side of AEC has given him a unique perspective to focus efforts within AR/VR and software development. He has designed, built and launched apps for both iOS and Android, and is a frequent speaker on the implications of AR/VR in AEC. His applications with SHoP Architects have been nominated for awards, featured in museums, and written about in publications including the New York Times.