Scott Snibbe is a pioneer in interactive art, interactive music, digital video, and gestural user interfaces. Snibbe is currently the founder and CEO of the social music video startup Eyegroove. His previous company produced interactive music apps, including the world’s first app album Björk: Biophilia, which was acquired by New York MoMA as the first app in its art and design collection. Snibbe began his career as one of the early developers of After Effects (acquired by Adobe), and worked at Interval Research Corporation on interactive music, cinema, and haptics research projects.