We interview Randi Zuckerberg, founder and CEO of Zuckerberg Media and author of Dot Complicated, which is now a multimedia platform spanning a radio show, a website, a children's book, an animated series, and more. Randi shares how she embraced her three-dimensionality and decided to take a portfolio approach to her career, as well as her advice for young artists (hint: it has to do with coding). Plus: why "well-lopsided" is better than "well-balanced," why you should own the casino rather than just play in one, and why singing is really good for you-even if you can't carry a tune.
We interview Eugene Chung, a film director, tech investor, and founder and CEO of Penrose Studios, a virtual reality and augmented reality startup that is being called the Pixar of VR. We discuss what it's like to be creating an entirely new medium; why mixed reality is the perfect place for human Venn diagrams; how to merge storytelling, business, and technology into one incredible career; and of course, Pokémon GO.