Scott Snibbe (born 1969 in New York City) is an interactive media artist, researcher, and entrepreneur. He is one of the first artists to work with projector-based interactivity, where a computer-controlled projection onto a wall or floor changes in response to people moving across its surface. Snibbe states that this work “shows that personal space, though we call it our own, is only defined by others and changes without our control”.
Snibbe received undergraduate and masters degree in Computer science and Fine Arts in Brown University. He also studied animation in RISD. He taught media art in UCB, CCA and SFAI, and worked as a computer scientist in Adobe systems from 1994-1996.
He is the founder of Snibbe Interactive and Scott Snibbe Studio. He developed three apps based on iOS(iphone, ipad, ipod touch). He also collaborated Bjork to product the first full-length app album.