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Smart Materials

Smart Materials

At Cornell University, I took a course called “Hybrid Body Craft” in which we learned how to design on-body interfaces using smart materials. We explored the user experience of these interfaces while considering cultural and social perspectives of on-body interactions. In the pictures below, I made a thermochromic ink mask. On the inside of this face mask, thermochromic ink changes color at 80 degrees Fahrenheit, so that the user can see their breath.

Smart Materials

At Cornell University, I took a course called “Hybrid Body Craft” in which we learned how to design on-body interfaces using smart materials. We explored the user experience of these interfaces while considering cultural and social perspectives of on-body interactions. In the pictures below, I made a thermochromic ink mask. On the inside of this face mask, thermochromic ink changes color at 80 degrees Fahrenheit, so that the user can see their breath.

Smart Materials

At Cornell University, I took a course called “Hybrid Body Craft” in which we learned how to design on-body interfaces using smart materials. We explored the user experience of these interfaces while considering cultural and social perspectives of on-body interactions. In the pictures below, I made a thermochromic ink mask. On the inside of this face mask, thermochromic ink changes color at 80 degrees Fahrenheit, so that the user can see their breath.

Smart Materials

At Cornell University, I took a course called “Hybrid Body Craft” in which we learned how to design on-body interfaces using smart materials. We explored the user experience of these interfaces while considering cultural and social perspectives of on-body interactions. In the pictures below, I made a thermochromic ink mask. On the inside of this face mask, thermochromic ink changes color at 80 degrees Fahrenheit, so that the user can see their breath.

Smart Materials

At Cornell University, I took a course called “Hybrid Body Craft” in which we learned how to design on-body interfaces using smart materials. We explored the user experience of these interfaces while considering cultural and social perspectives of on-body interactions. In the pictures below, I made a thermochromic ink mask. On the inside of this face mask, thermochromic ink changes color at 80 degrees Fahrenheit, so that the user can see their breath.

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