Using contemporary technology to interpret and create a komorebi effect found in nature, this presentation explores the relation between nature and technology and challenges visitors to define komorebi for themselves.

For this workshop, LEGO as well some simplified design thinking tools were utilized for the Student Leaders to prototype, visualize, and communicate their ideas quickly and flexibly. It proved to be a very effective and engaging design tool.

In this two-day workshop, participants looked at priming through the lens of education. Featuring a convergence of cross-disciplinary expertise, the workshop brought together educators, educational researchers, cognitive development scientists, and designers to investigate intersections of psychology and design with the aim of improving teaching and learning experiences in the classroom.

Roly Poly is designed to enable two individuals to “sense” the presence of each other even though they may be physically apart. The mirrored movements in a pair of Roly Polys is such that a soft tap to rock one will simultaneously rock its partner.

A collaboration project together with Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, ABE the Tummy Dummy is an abdominal simulator designed to enable medical trainees to effectively practise physical examination techniques.