Speaker Tomás Laurenzo
Affiliation Microsoft Research Intern
Host Qin Cai
Date recorded 20 December 2012
How can we communicate sensations and emotional states, in non-verbal ways, to others, ourselves, things, or even places? Under the assumptions that facial gestures are a sound window to somebody’s emotion, we constructed different art pieces and interactive prototypes that comprise different communication channels (haptic, visual, aural), and aim to help reflecting on communication itself, its poetry, and ourselves. This work was created with Qin Cai during my 2012 internship at MSR.
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