I’ll start with an overview of what I built:
The bulk of the talk will examine aspects of my work that engage more broadly with the state of the art of wearable devices and social postures towards technological interventions – a rough outline of topics to cover follows:
Curriculum and the future of work:
The concept of a “social” wearable:
Noah Feehan is Maker at the New York Times R&D Lab, which means he designs and implements all manner of solutions in hardware, software, and spaces in between.
Before joining the Lab, Noah did many things, including helping design performance interfaces for Björk, kitting out a Fab Lab at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, and working on UX and product strategy at various startups. He makes art and performances under the name AKA MEDIA SYSTEM, and has a degree in Video/New Media Art from Harvard and a Master’s from the Hyperinstruments Group at the MIT Media Lab.