CES : 2012-2014 : The Content Innovation Lab at Sesame had an ongoing R+D relationship with Qualcomm, and for three years we unveiled innovative new prototypes at CES. The first was this Augmented Reality playset--taking the age-old play pattern of "Little People" and bringing them to life through the magic window of a tablet. In 2013 we debuted "Abby's Fairy Rock," which uses Alljoyn technology to marry a tablet with a smart TV to play music. And in 2014 we presented "Grover's Block Party," which uses Vuforia to read alphabet blocks and follow the patterns of the child playing, providing emergent commentary and payoffs. I was the lead designer on all of these projects, as well as writer and video/VO director.