I participated the collaborative art and science artwork named Senseparation. It is an interdisciplinary and experimental project focuses on the cross-border networking of people between virtual and real space. An encounter between two people takes place at different locations. Tactile, visual and auditory sensory perception are separated and therefore amplified in order to initiate an encounter. By means of an avatar, the user in virtual reality is able to interact with the person in the real space. This allows for experiencing distant encounters in a new way.
I contributed physical computing part and final installation in Ars Electronica 2014.