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Will Carter
Founder, Nodesnoop Labs

Website | @wcrtr

Will Carter is the founder of Nodesnoop Labs, a small mobile development company based in Los Angeles. He is the creator of Mobzombies, an iPhone Game built on the Foursquare API where players’ physical movement controls their game character. His work has been exhibited at the Wired Nextfest, and has been featured in such publications as the New York Times, Boing Boing, Techcrunch, and Engadget.

He is a graduate of Brown University and received a master’s degree from the USC School of Cinematic Arts, where he studied interactive media.


Will Carter (Nodesnoop Labs)
Will Carter is a mobile developer, primarily for the iPhone, and mostly for game, or game like experiences that leverage location. In this talk, Will has created 12 easy steps for building location based applications, that, while slightly on the humorous side, are also rather insightful, and very much tuned into the way that he goes about developing interesting and fun stuff.
Will Carter (Nodesnoop Labs)
Mobzombies is a location-based iPhone game that pits you against hordes of 8-bit zombies. Mobzombies uses the Foursquare API to generate zombie hordes at specific venues like parks, bars, or museums. The difficulty and size of each horde also corresponds to foursquare checkin data, creating a strong link between the game world and the real world.