ZOOMORPHIC is a critical expression and exploration of sustainability for a future "alien world". It fuses modular wearable technology, bioart, insects, and physical computing to produce homeostatic systems.
THE BIONIC BOOT IS THE PERSONAL TRANSPORTATION DEVICE FOR THE FUTURE. THIS HUMAN POWERED INVENTION ALLOWS THE USER TO TRAVERSE VARIED TERRAIN AT HIGH SPEED WITH MAXIMUM MANEUVERABILITY BY THE USE OF A SPRING LOADED BOOT.rnrn
This is a project to bring fun and playfulness into an accessory; a sound necklace. The necklace is a personal wearable instrument powered by Arduino and Waveshield. It allows the user to make music by pressing the beads.
UV_TASTE is a wearable mouth piece that takes UV light and translates it into taste on the tongue of the user. This object raises awareness on a natural invisible phenomena that affects our lives without being noticed.
A pair of wireless data gloves provides a flexible platform for 9 degrees of input for computer applications. The gloves demonstrate a number of novel applications, including control of some of the strings on a marionette.
I will talk about my work with wearable technology that uses physiological data, in particular, two pieces I have designed and built: the Baroesque Barometric Skirt, which visualises data from three environmental sensors, plus a temperature sensor that pulls in body temperature of the wearer. The other is the EEG Visualising Pendant, which amplifies brainwave attention and meditation data of the wearer, on an LED matrix. The device allows others to make assumptions and interpretations from its visualisations, for example, whether the person wearing the pendant is paying attention or not concentrating.
Center Flee Smart Poi are a unique wearable performance experience. Sensor based, the in-poi LEDs change light patterns according to the calculated velocity, making a delicate conversation between performer and technology.
OpenBCI stands for open-source brain-computer interface (BCI). The OpenBCI Board is an affordable microcontroller that can be used to sample electrical brain activity (EEG), muscle activity (EMG), heart rate (EKG), and more!
This dog collar is 3D printed with a flexible filament. It uses a small light detecting circuit inside it to make LEDs turn on at night. The tag can be printed in different colors and shapes.
We are working on a number of experiments that explore the potential applications of new, semantically-aware listening techniques across various contexts
I'll show several projects that engage with this concept and go over the technologies and design motivations behind each one. Some projects include:nnCurriculum, a group browsing experiment that gives labmates a live feed of the semantic topics we're browsing online.nBlush, an experiment in social wearablesnStreamtools, a graphical application for dealing with streams of datanListening Table, an experiment to capture and understand the semantic residue of a space.
I built the Navi Smartwatch because i wanted to make a device that would benefit me and my life by programming many apps to it like a calculator, notes, timer/stopwatch, GPS/digital compass, a flashlight, games and a radio.