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Two interactive window displays created around the theme of time. One fast. One slow. Both a reflection of our "right now." The windows were displayed from November 8-14, 2016 at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts on Laguardia Pl and West 3rd St in Greenwich Village in Manhattan. 

Code available on github.

Blink of an eye

Users are asked to text their instagram account to a phone number then look into the eye. The eye then flashes the users' instagram feed at high speed, letting them see their lives flashes by. After displaying the images, the eye blinks again and return to its normal state.  

The project has been featured in Twilio BA$H in San Francisco in May 2017, Maker Project Lab, and Danniel Shiffman's Coding Rainbow YouTube Channel. See project's website to get more details.

 
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A tangible interpretation of the time spent waiting for our technology. Users are offered a chance to finally control and stop the dreaded "wheel of death" in our window — something they are unable to do in real life. Once the user touch the start button, the wheel stops spinning and contents show up on screens.

Collaborated with Paula Ceballos, Kritchaya Twitchsri, and Emmanuel Klein.