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.