About Before smashing bits together and hacking APIs to whip up prototypes for second screen apps, Kasper Jordaens (°1981) worked for the artist Wim Delvoye to make contemporary art sculptures using his favorite tools: a computer and his creativity. During 5 years of exploring computer technology there, he evolved from an engineer architect into an Internet technologist. In 2009 VRT-medialab licensed him to experiment with new technology. At VRT-medialab Kasper was involved in the "Llingo" project and "de koers". Afterwards he helped moving the second screen into the real-time era with “OGOM” and “MediaSquare/VillaSquare”.