Meg is an entrepreneur, artist, visual designer and musician. She spent her childhood in northern Canada running through forests, fishing, swimming, and climbing trees. In 2008, she co- founded Pomoproject, which builds interactive projection environments. In 2011, she turned the technology behind Pomoproject into Po-Motion, a maker of software tools that has been used in 4,000 locations worldwide, from museums to event spaces to corporate offices. Meg is currently the co-founder of Lumo Play—a graduate of the Highway 1 accelerator—that turns any surface into an interactive playground for children.
A frequent speaker on startups, software, and the nature of play, Meg has spoken globally at events like the G20, Ignite, TEDx and SXSW. She nerds out about early-stage entrepreneurship; augmented and virtual reality; interactive design; and what play means in a connected digital world at megrabbit.com.