We created an interactive system that unobtrusively tracks the freehand drawing process (movement and pressure of artist’s pencil) on a traditional easel.
Using off-the-shelf materials, we developed low-cost light-sensitive, temperature-responsive, and conductive screenprinting inks.
Our are exploring 3D prints to fabricate molds for culinary exploration. To determine what types of 3D designs and recipes work well to create customized, detailed dishes, we held a workshop with culinary enthusiasts.
We are creating a solar cooking app as a tool to conveniently document recipes for solar cooked meals as well as designs for solar ovens.
On July 12th, the students of ASU Digital Culture and The Design School have presented their LIFE/LIGHT project at the Biogesign Challenge summit in MOMA, New York.
As part of the Digital Culture Summer Institute, the SANDS lab organized a bioart module for junior and high school students. Working with Cassandra Barrett and Kat