Creative coding, immersive or artistic installation, UI/UX, speculative or civic concepts
NYU Tandon School of Engineering, SAFE Lab
In this virtual reality experience, the viewer becomes Jarrell Daniels, a young black man whose social media life fueled conspiracy charges leading to a six-year prison sentence in a New York prison. Digital Arrest explores how social media can be used as a tool for policing in the 21st century.
Immersive Storytelling of Rohingya Refugee Experience
The New School, Design & Technology
Refugees forced to leave and hosts who lack resource: how do we make peace between two sides of the conflict? This project empowers Rohingya refugees to tell stories narratively + environmentally: a documentary deep into loss of a daughter during migration; a VR journey through camp from eyes of its children.
Impossible Cities: Teaching Students to use VR/360 in Cross-campus Collaborations in the Global Digital Humanities
NYU, Global Liberal Studies
This collaborative student-created project considers the historical, cultural and social connections between 1968 and 2018 by creating 360 experiences that merge place and time through object-based archival research. This project is hoping to expand to other sites so that students can build a deeper understanding of the global.
The Melody Box
NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP)
A technology-based toy to empower children’s ability to compose and play with music. Inspired by the interaction of the traditional hand-cranked music box, it's designed to offer people a new and intuitive experience to compose and play music without professional music training.
CUNY Lehman College
A physical interface for the classic arcade game, “Space Invaders” built with recycled components. Players blast aliens projected on the wall above the piece while simultaneously creating physical feedback through the control interface that mimics the original 1980s arcade aesthetic.