Environments Juniors Design the “Augmented Body”

Looking at work from “The Augmented Body,” a recent project for juniors in the Design for Environments track at the School of Design. Students developed wearable, physical artifacts designed to impact the user’s senses through amplification, dampening, distortion, and isolation.

Design Juniors Develop Interactive Coronavirus Map

Two juniors in the Design for Environments track recently developed an interactive choropleth map & dashboard tracking the coronavirus outbreak across U.S. counties. Jason Zhu and Miranda Luong (BDes '21), along with NYU computer science student Justin Chen, recently discussed their work in Medium's "Towards Data Science" publication and locally were featured in an article by Pittsburgh Current.

Environments Senior Attends Brand New Design Conference

Jackie Chou (BDes ’20), a Design for Environments senior at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design, recently attended the Brand New Design Conference in Las Vegas, NV. The Brand New Conference, which stemmed from the Brand New blog run by Armin Vit and Bryony Gomez-Palacio, is a yearly design conference that focuses on identity and branding and featured speakers from all over the world.

Design Senior Presents His Research to ACM Conference

Ty Van de Zande, a senior in the Environments track at the Carnegie Mellon University's School of Design, recently had the opportunity to present his research at the 2017 ACM International Conference on Interactive Surfaces and Spaces, held this past October in Brighton, UK.


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