Jochen Leinberger (korriander)
Jochen Leinberger studied Industrial Design at the HfG Offenbach. He is really excited about developing and inventing new custom-made technology which is focused on solving problems, improving life and making the impossible possible. Besides his work he gave lectures at Kunsthochschule Kassel and HFG Offenbach teaching the development of new interface concepts and interactive prototyping. Together with Jan Barth, Roman Stefan Grasy and Mark Lukas he wrote the Book “Prototyping Interfaces” (prototypinginterfaces.com), the first Book about vvvv, focussed entirely on prototyping Software and Hardware Products. After working 7 years at MESO Digital Interiors as Conceptual Designer for Physical Interaction, he started working as an UX Designer and for the Conception of new products and services at T-Gallery. T-Gallery is the Future Forum of Deutsche Telekom.