See-through Look Lens (hosted by MIT Media Lab)

Aug.2009


The MIT Media Lab held a media art convergence workshop "Sharing Experiences 2009" in Seoul. I was chosen to participate in the workshop as a member of the "Life, Matrix, and Mobility" group, led by Media Lab researcher Sunghyuk Lee. We proposed the concept of a "See-through Look Lens," which shows the world filtered by the context of a specific user. For example, the same signboard could be interpreted differently according to users' native language in real time. For the implementation of the prototype, we used diverse tools such as Processing, TUIO, and reacTIVision. more