Supergeek is the visual powerhouse behind the B-Boy Mixers. In much the same way as Elixza is bringing the freshness of tantalising dance experiences, Supergeek vibes the light factor with fantastical beamer biolumin-essence.
Also known as Jasper Barnaby Vader.
Supergeek is currently studying software development at the University of Tasmania. Learning software engineering and data structures from Professor Julian Dermoudy, the information is incredibly valuable, bringing to life the journey of data along the arcs of a program. Every single lecture is sparkling with verve, vivacity and veracity. The presentation of deep understanding is in such a manner as to allow the student to really engage and enjoy the wisdom, with a sense of encouragement to progress.
Supergeek also learns HCI from Professor Christopher Leug, a fine lecturer who always has more to give when pressed with difficult questions. Professor Leug will quite willingly delve into a space of creativity fuelled by knowledge, in order to go beyond his own comfort zone, to meet a student where they are at, in a conteomporary and inspirational interaction.
The last and not least lecturer is Anthony Gray, a magnificent treasure trove of information of all things iOS - and beyond. His fascinating forays into the world of iPhone development are quite simply adventures of revelation, enabling Supergeek to start portraying his abstract animations in a much more relevant context of Apps, to today's ubiquitous computing audience.
Subtlety of movement, incredible colour combinations, extra love and flair amongst the experience, the relevance, the total flights of imagination - all this and more is what makes a Supergeek video-mixing set something to remember with fondness and uplifting delight.