A black hole-in-a-box -- the most destructive object in the universe, now safely illuminating your home!
A flashlight handle that looks like a lightsaber
A reusable stirring stick that you can clip onto a cup or mug to use at a later time.
We are interested in the idea of transforming one’s perception of space through a combination of physical alterations and carefully mapped projections.
Facilities Management Services (FMS) at Carnegie Mellon University has released an RFP for an artful, peripheral way to communicate current energy usage to the campus community. The goal of the project is based on the idea that if community members are aware of their power usage, especially during high-load seasons (summer, finals, etc), they will be more conscious of their decisions to conserve energy.
Inspired by the extraordinary hues of sunrise and sunset, Total Internal Reflection provides guidance, relaxation, and delight to visitors of the Pittsburgh International Airport.
An interactive projection that connects two partners across space and time.