Marc Pesce

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Honorary Associate, Digital Cultures Program, University of Sydney

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Mark Pesce is a futurist, inventor, writer, entrepreneur, educator and podcaster.

In 1994 Pesce co-invented VRML, the first 3D interface to the Web..

Pesce writes an award-winning column for global tech publication The Register and hosts podcast The Next Billion Seconds – winner of the Best Technical and Scientific Podcast of 2018 – offering a window into the world of tomorrow.


Pesce has written six books, including The Playful World, VRML: Browsing and Building Cyberspace, and Hyperpolitics.

Pesce founded graduate programs at both University of the Sunshine Coast and Australian Film Television and Radio School, and holds appointments as Honorary Associate at the University of Sydney. He also is an Honorary Adjunct at University of Technology Sydney.