Marco Pinter creates artwork and performances which fuse physical kinetic form with live visualizations. He has a PhD in Media Arts and Technology from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and an undergraduate degree from Cornell University. Pinter is also the Director of Software Innovation at Teladoc Health and seeks intersections between medical technology and media arts, such as in his work in thermal imagery. His artistic research has been supported by grants from the David Bermant Foundation, the Interdisciplinary Humanities Center, the Santa Barbara Arts Collaborative, and the UC Institute for Research in the Arts. He has exhibited artwork and performances in cities around the world, including Dubai, New York, Montreal, Tehran, Hong Kong, Anaheim, San Diego, and Santa Barbara. He is also the founder and Executive Director of the Museum of Sensory & Movement Experiences, a Santa Barbara-based museum dedicated to interactive and media artworks.
Pinter is a contributing author to The McGraw Hill Multimedia Handbook and The Ultimate Multimedia Handbook. He is an inventor on over 70 patents, issued and pending, in the areas of live video technology, robotics, interactivity, and telepresence.