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Searching, Scanning and Smelling - a portfolio presentation

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This talk will present highlights of my most recent work and will explain how an electronic engineer could possibly find a home within the fashion industry. I will talk about my experiences with telepresence, computer vision, 3D printing and cloth modeling and on my experiences using the Kinect, olfactory displays and ubiquitous computing. I will describe why designing for everyone rather than for someone is so important and why we need better tools to make electronics and programming accessible to non-specialists; I shall also share my thoughts on the importance of collaborative working practices for the creation of meaningful products and services.

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