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EarthFolding (2003)

A computer screen shows the Earth floating in outer-space. Slowly, as the computer receives and sends Internet data, this model of the Earth folds itself to bring the two countries closer to one another. I hope to illustrate the post-regionality of online community through contorting the land...

Ambient Telepresence Windchimes (2003)

Two wind chimes that robotically induce their own chimes when the other senses presence. Ideally, each chime is placed in the personal environments of participants in long distance romantic relationships. This chime system is an attempt to establish an ambient, passive communica...

Pentagram Work (2003)

I worked at Pentagram, New York in the summers of 2003 and 2004, and made a small webpage with images on it at some point.

LG Optimus Launch Conference (2010)

I worked with yU+Co on this spot featuring a globe of dots connecting up. I was very happy to see how creatively they composited the renders - using my simulation in ways I never expected. The system was easy to write since it resembled older work. It was great to collaborate online with yU+C...

Telesquishy (2003)

This electronic squishy is made of colorless translucent rubber silicon. It hooks up to a computer with a USB cable. If two people hook a squishy up to their computers, then they can see each other's squishing activities coming over the Internet to light up the device. A blue glow means that t...

PixelShare (2003)

A single red pixel, networked between two wall hanging displays with embedded network circuits inside them. One controls the X movement while the other controls the Y movement.

CNSI Interactive Logo (2002)

A logo piece commissioned for California Nanosystems Institute, conveying maleability in common matter. The design concept was extrapolated until it became the final logo. Instructions: drag the dots to change aspects of the hairy surface.

The n0time Saver (2002)

A PC screen saver that communicates with other screen savers via internet, slowly building a sculptural object on the screen. Working closely with the UCLA DMA chair to adapt a concept from her original n0time installation into this new delivery format, I made a screen saver, network server, an...

Ku (2003)

Networked Multiuser Art Installation. Japanese Cartoon character teardrop sculptures can be caressed in order to make water stop streaming from their eyes. The teardrop sculptures may behave organically, but that's only because they are hooked up to other random public viewers over a network. I...

RibbonType (2003)

You type a character to this single-letter sign with a mobile device, AIM, or the web, and it responds by forming the approximate typographic shape through contorting a thin white ribbon. In the following video, the cover has been removed from the installation, exposing the insides for fu...

Sinapse Identity (2001)

Reactive Logo for Sinapse, a new UCLA Center, dedicated to networking other UCLA Centers to each other. The Java applet features "centralized" and "decentralized" network simulation, based on the building shapes in the UCLA map. Hold your mouse down for a long time to see the buildings turn in...