Evan Roth discusses his work such as Architectural Graphics Standards, White Glove Tracking, Explicit Content Only, Jay-Z’s video Brooklyn Go Hard, LED Throwies, and several others. He’s interested in the area between open source and popular culture and data visualization projects. He cites the books of Edward Tufte as an influence. He shows several of his public space projects, such as graffiti projected on to public buildings in New York. He talks about his work with James Powderly and a larger collaborative project involving several other open source developers working to create an eye tracking program for creating visual work.