Selected Projects from the DMI Archives

Through Hand, Through Mind: Multi-sensory Approaches to Form, Interaction, and Language Through Objects and Dynamic Media

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In order for design to communicate, it must relate content through the senses. By interacting with design — being able to handle, hear, see and change it — we arrive at our own understanding of it. In this way design leads to a form of knowledge that is affective, immediate, and visceral.  read more »

forWordPlay: Experiential Learning of a Foreign Language via Interactive Play

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My thesis research investigates how play can influence learning a foreign language and how the interactive medium can serve as a bridge between the actions of learning and playing.  read more »

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