Interaction Design • Installation Art • New Interfaces for Musical Expression
Through my studies at the University of Michigan I became interested in physical computing, human computer interaction (HCI), and installation art. I have prototyped and designed various new interfaces for creating music and working with media, as well as produced interactive installations and immersive experiences. Projects have included work with haptics (tactile feedback), motion capture technologies and light sensors.
Silhouettes I-IV is an interactive installation that allows viewers to directly engage with four visual simulations through their movement and presence in the space.
Interactive multimedia installation, premiered at the 55th Ann Arbor Film Festival.
Collaborated on the design of a New Instrument for Musical Expression.
New interface for musical expression exploring the concept of tangible graphic notation
A gestural music controller, utilizing the built in inertial sensing in smartphones, and gesture recognition techniques.
Collaborative installation between Performing Arts Technology and Architecture graduate students at the University of Michigan
New interface for musical expression utilizing elastic as its method of user interaction
Interactive art installation - a sonic circuit embedded into the surface of a painting