Zachary Lieberman (American, born 1977) is one of the makers of openFrameworks—a tool for creative coding—and he is a founder of the School of Poetic Computation in New York City. EyeWriter, an eye-tracking interface designed for people with paralysis, won Design of the Year (Interactive) 2010 from the London Design Museum.

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