Rogue Fong is an XR Developer and Immersive Installation Designer based in New York City. With her background in computer science, game design, narrative and fine art, Rogue builds experiences at the intersection of art and tech that embrace physicality, human communication, and human interaction. Her installations often layer physical, augmented, and virtual environments to tell stories where each layer is in an inextricable relationship with the others. Most recently she worked on the installation for the Where Thoughts Go: Prologue premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Her degree is from New York Unity where her concentration was in Architecting Virtual Spaces and Interactive Narratives. She derives her inspiration from games, urban design and urban planning, architecture, science fiction, origami, and music.
You can download her resume, watch her TEDx talk about virtual reality and installations, or connect with her on LinkedIn. Alternatively, you can follow her on Instagram or Twitter (@__roguef) to keep up with her art, installations, and other happenings/thoughts.