Optic Flow is an Augmented Reality interface that visually maps our conscious experience to the world.
Using a timeline that has an adaptive scale of space and time the interface allows users to visualise a timeline of consciousness. On the horizon you can see next Monday, your next song, your next heartbeat, the route to your next destination.
This timeline of experience can be manipulated and adjusted using a ring based controller.
School of Design
MA Innovation Design Engineering, 2017
A creative technologist with a background in social sciences. Currently interested in designing interactions for augmented reality interfaces.
- BA Human Sciences, University of Oxford, 2012
- Technologist, Bubble Chamber, London, 2016; Researcher, The Open University & The British Council, London 2015; Design internship, The Agency of Design, London, 2014
- SES, Luxembourg, May, 2016; Work in Progress, Imperial College London, January 2017
- Cultural Value at the British Council and BBC World Service: a comparative examination of Annual Reports, 1952-1978, Open University, 2014