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Remember Me

Photos by: Rotem Tashach Remember is an exploration of personal community. In this case the community is comprised of the mobile devices we carry with us everyday. The layers of technology that we tote around with us daily create a digital second skin. The jacket is a physical representation of this second skin and is […]




O-POMs is a modular networked wireless system for students who use motorized wheelchairs to manage access to their backpacks. O-POMs are the next evolution of iN-BaGs. The O-POM system consist of poms (radios) are attached zipper of each compartment of a backpack and a controller (remote) that provides the user the means to communication with […]

Fashion Camp

Fashion Camp NYC was conceived as a space to bring together independent designers, wearable technologies, and industry professionals. Fashion camp is run in a modified bar camp style. Bar Camp style or “unconference” is the idea that all attendees participant in putting on the conference. Sessions run by participants and schedule the morning of the […]




RoboFun is run by Vision, Education and Media (VEM). VEM provides RoboFun classes to schools throughout New York City. Through teamwork and collaboration, the RoboFun classes teach students how to build and program robots using LEGO MINDSTORMS kit and software. 5th Graders The fifth grade class learned the basic principles of construction regarding structures, gears, […]

ADA Devices

Adaptive Design Association (ADA) has the mission to ensure that children with disabilities obtain the customized equipment they need to fully participate in home, school, and community life. My internship with ADA focused on learning techniques for building furniture and devices out of cardboard. I built chairs, push carts, containers, and a ping pong table. […]




lapPAC facilitates independence and privacy for students using motorized wheelchairs. Typically students who use motorized wheelchairs carry all their possessions in backpacks that hang on the back of their chairs. The students do not have the ability to reach around behind their chairs to access the backpacks. This lapPAC is designed for students with Duchennes […]

Networked Journals

Networked Journals is exploration in merging the analogue interface of journal to the web and mobile world. The impetus for the networked journals driven by two desires: (1) to know when it is an opportune time to contact a friend via phone, email etc… 2) to stay in touch with friends through writing in a […]



Kidish is a children’s plate design to promote healthy eating through entertainment. The project was inspired by both medical reports and family experience. All of the group members had observed and shared in the frustration of encouraging a young nephew, niece and/or cousin to eat healthier food. This concern was underscored by several medical articles […]




Dis-Go-Go is a rotating board game of strategy and chance. By rolling dice, spinning discs and anticipating and blocking the moves of your opponents, you create a strategy to exit the board first. To win, you have to escape the board by aligning a single color (five spaces total) from the start to finish point. […]