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MAS: Media Arts and Sciences
Jan 16th, 2019
The Tangible Media Group is developing new interactions methods using microfluidics. In this project, the student will help in hands-on developing and making microfluidics prototypes based on projects methods developed in the lab, these prototypes are a preparation a design workshop in Australia and there will be possibility of continuation in this project during spring semester (depending on the progress).
Previous experience in hands on prototyping and with microfluidics or soft materials (such as casting and molding) is needed. We are looking for self-motivated students that are eager and curious to learn and create new things, develop creativity and design skills.. Please email with short paragraph with your motivation to the project. Major and class year, relevant background/experience, and notable scheduling constraints. Attach CV, and portfolio (optional).