Julian Bleecker

Julian Bleecker is a designer, technologist and researcher at the Design Strategic Projects studio at Nokia Design in Los Angeles and the Near Future Laboratory.

He investigates emerging social practices and networked interaction rituals. His focus is on hands-on design, physical construction, prototyping, observation, prop-making and designed science fictions as a way to raise questions, tune in weak signals, reveal hidden insights and yield innovations that could make the world a more habitable, playful place. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering and a Masters degree in computer-human interaction. He earned his PhD from the University of California, Santa Cruz where his doctoral dissertation focused on science, fiction, technology and culture.

An Apparatus for Capturing Other Points of View (2009)

7.5 metre pole with 2 wide field of view cameras, post-processing software using Max/ MSP+Jitter, Processing and Adobe After Effects

Mediateca expandida: Habitar
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