From the epic to the intimate, immersive experiences not only scale to the moment, they provide an emotional space for us to connect to a story and with one another. These projects demonstrate how I combine technology, interaction design and architecture to produce experiences that inform as they inspire.
Organized by strategic approach, they show how technology can be crafted to encourage playful experimentation, collaborative problem solving, or provide moments of quiet contemplation.
Gesture controlled exhibits utilize the most natural interface of all — our own bodies. Unencumbered by gadgets or electronic hardware, these interface technologies provide a direct connection with the digital experience, deepening the overall sense of immersion.
Socially immersive media uses body-scale interactive spaces to encourage people to work or play together in the same physical space. These exhibits often help to break the ice between strangers, setting the stage for new conversations.
These projects combine physical objects with digital media, so the experience feels more like our everyday interactions with the real world. This enables a different kind of immersion; a deep-dive into the tangible qualities of physical objects, augmented by a layer of digital information.
These playful apps make inventive use of touch-screen interactivity by enabling users to create their own musical compositions and visual collections.
These projects use technology to help connect the moments before, during and after a visit to a museum. Smart ticketing enables guests to bring the experience home, while the museum gains a new means of keeping in touch with their audience.
In my practice as an artist, I explore the conceptual and narrative potential of light combined with analogue materials through technology. I design and engineer immersive objects and spaces that transform the viewer’s perception of space. This opens up new story-telling possibilities, crafted to fit the special characteristics of the medium.