Hey, I‘m Adnan Aga.

I’m a creative technologist based in Brooklyn, NY.


Creative Technologist intern at Anomaly LA.


Fun
Work


Email
Instagram
Twitter

Github


ITP BLOG


Currently - NYU ITP // Anomaly LA
Previously
- Cartier
- Deeplocal
- Mitsubishi

Nest Room - Google Store Chelsea (2021)


The Nest room features a simulated living room with a vibrating couch and a screen mimicking the passage of days and seasons outside a window. A projector beams cues onto the coffee table to let you know how you can interact with devices in the space.

Imagination Space - Google Store Chelsea (2021)


The Imagination Space creates an enclosed area for shoppers to experience Google products and technologies. First up Google Translate - Say a phrase out loud and it'll be simultaneously translated into 24 languages. 

ERIC ANDRE LIVE: TOO HOT 4 ZOOM (2020)


From Zoomers to Boomers - Eric Andre addresses America in an un-authorized TOO HOT 4 ZOOM event! Tune in to experience an un-muted and un-censored Zoom with Eric Andre, Kraft Punk and a ton of special guests and see NEW never-before-seen clips from season 5.



Wonderful Weekends (2019)




A weekend festival of helpfulness filled with live entertainment, free food, and fun for the whole family hosted in Maggie-Daley Park let Chicagoans win themed prizes and learn about new Google features while using a giant multi kiosk gumball machine. Prizes ranged from $50 Gift Cards to Cubs Tickets.



Google I/O (2019)


First demoed at Google IO - The Smart Herb Garden and Cookie Jar uses the Google smart home API, an extensive library of device traits that allows developers to create their own custom IoT devices and trigger custom physical actions using the Google Assistant.

Nike Shoecase (2019)


The NikePlus ShoeCase is an interactive experience that allows NikePlus members to scan their Pass (QR code within the Nike app) for a chance to secure their pair of the latest drop at the Washington Heights “Power Door” Foot Locker location.

Google Hardware Store (2018)


The first pop-up Google store in Soho gave New Yorkers their first taste of a Google Retail experience featuring an  interactive treehouse. It also offers a little balcony with a Pixel 3 where you can say, “Hey, Google, take a selfie,” and have you picture taken. (It’ll be waiting for you as you exit in the mailbox.)