Guest lecturer at GSA

Delighted to have the opportunity to speak to Interaction Design and Product Design students at Glasgow School of Art today. Thank you, Inga.

The ability to mix code and procedural thinking, with aesthetic consideration and critical awareness, allows students to create interactive virtual and physical artefacts, and gives graduates access to the exciting and innovative world of digital art and design.

During the lecture I focussed on capacitive touch and facial/emotion tracking as a disruptive interface, leveraging Microsoft Cognitive Services.

Special thanks to Bare Conductive for donating a TouchBoard and Electric Paint to the students.