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Designed for the realities of life in an urban setting, PaniCam is a wearable device hidden on the back of one's collar which helps the wearer safely journey home at night.
This work is a result of Jonathan Sudano's Honors Thesis, titled “Granular and Reconstructive Synthesis Driven by Acoustic Instruments in Live Performance”.
This poem will appear in my final project for the poetry writing workshop Comparative Literature 50, taught by Jocelyn Saidenberg.
Energias Cosmicas, 2017. Mixed media, acrylic on panel, casted aluminum, audio, dimensions variable.
Fetal and Maternal Health Monitoring, 2017. Working prototype on fabric, 18 inches (width).
Principal Power Buoy. Animation, poster, PVC, electric buoy, 3 ½ x 1 foot.
Smart Home Devices for the Blind, 2017.User centered design, Amazon Echo, Raspberry Pi, electronics, 2 x 2 x 2 feet.
Farm-to-Label, 2017. Live plants (black mustard, yellow mustard, chia), fabric, laser cut wood, 3D printed plastic, 9 x 9 x 6 inches.
Axis Points, 2016. Performance and installation, duration and dimensions variable. Photo Courtesy: Isabella Manfredi.
Designing Social Media for Global Citizenship, 2017.