Sarotis experimental prosthesis is a result of studying whether a person's awareness of space can be amplified using live 3D scanning technologies and soft body respective wearables.
Sovar is an active soft wearable, which maps certain architectural elements within the perceptual scene, on the skin of the wearer.
The SoftScreen project is a series of prototypes exploring the relationship between human sight and touch.
This series is an exploration of possible materials, behaviors and shapes of the future wearable machines.
The performance focuses on how giving full control to a robot and projecting the audience on a static body can awaken humans' deep fears of loosing control.
An Ear for an Eye is an installation exploring the idea of detached body senses and the importance of audio based inputs and sonic qualities of a space in constructing one's spatial experience.
The Invisible Maze experiment, is an investigation of whether 3D scanning technologies can be used as substitutive or enhancement devices of human sight.