Using off-the-shelf materials, we developed low-cost light-sensitive, temperature-responsive, and conductive screenprinting inks.
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
Fluid Sound Interfaces explore new interactions to generate sound. In this specific project, we examine how screen printing can be used as a low-cost and
Hello! I am Emily E. Ritter, one of the member of SANDS as well as a current MFA student in printmaking at the ASU Herberger
One of our projects is examining screenprinting as a prototyping material for tangible interaction. This semester, Emilly Ritter has been experimenting with a range of materials and techniques to
Most of our work at SANDS looks at bottom-up participation in conventional science fields (e.g., biology, environmental science, food science). In parallel, I recently started a