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I Think You've Jammed the Door
A virtual reality reshoot of the iconic Citizen Kane tantrum scene, shot to comment on racial hierarchies within the entertainment industry.
Critical AR Filter Projects by Students in Digital Bodies, Winter 2021
These are critical AR filters created by students in the course 'Digital Bodies' at Umich Digital Studies Institute. This video is a compilation of some of the student midterm projects, which are meant to spark critical conversations about contemporary surveillance culture and perform critical artistic interventions into AR filter design.
XR Design Fellows
Leveraging emerging XR technologies to strengthen UofM education
Plucky Comics is a webapp that tells the story of Black Queer historical figures through the medium of comics.
Waste Generation & Disposal
XR for Sustainability
AR Toolkit for Astronauts
AR Spatial Social Media
VR Hot Air Balloon
Float around and drop things on targets!
Interactive Experience of the Mylla Cabin
“I Am Equally Human” — Inaccessible Accessibility Facilities
The camera will be animated to follow the POV of a visually impaired person who meets a lot of expected and unexpected difficulties while walking through tactile guide paths.
Rwanda Vurtual Visit
This project is an attempt to respond to not only people who often ask me where I am from, but also, it is an occasion for me to connect myself to my country Rwanda, by using images and sounds in a virtual reality. I wanted to create a virtual visit to my home country.
Why We Sleep: The VR Experience
This project is a Unity virtual reality experience based on insights I gained while reading the book, "Why We Sleep", by Dr. Matthew Walker. It allows the user to go through a nightly routine of habits that collectively improve one's "sleep hygiene" and promote higher quality of sleep.
TAkEN MEi is an exploration of mind and the machine. The project focuses on the link between human and computer.
VR Chemistry Lab
The VR Chemistry Lab allows people to grab molecules, bind them together to create compounds, and present the features of certain elements.
Now You See Me
In making an effort to challenge the role of seeing and being seen in the digital space, this filter claim the rights of gazing. While the traditional technologies of projection put people under spotlight, here I create moment when the role flip around.
AR Glasses Prototype for Exploring Nature
This project is a prototype of an augmented reality glasses application for the purpose of exploring nature. The user can navigate the application via a combination of voice interface and hand gestures. It can enhance the user experience by displaying environment data such as an interactive map, information on animals and plants, and historical facts on the region. Furthermore, the user can explore various interactive "points-of-interest" scattered around the environment in order to further engage with their surroundings.