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Privacy Screens

Have You Asked ?

An exploration into consent and data privacy in social media use. Can we rethink the role of consent when it comes to sharing our data online and reshape our expectations around it?

What if people could set individual default settings based on their attitude towards privacy? To what extent should images be masked to preserve anonymity (e.g., facial features, the entire face or body)? 

Scense

Ever came across a scent that you love but had no idea what it is? What if there could be an easier way to 
find out, keep track & better understand our scent preferences?

Users can scan interested products & SCENSE will attempt to identify the product. Manual search is available to find products ranging from fragrances, candles or body products.

With SCENSE's scent profile such as fragrance notes (top, middle & base), users can record their liking. Personalised scent profile is also available for users to better understand their scent preferences & see suggestions of similar fragrances.

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Rush Hour

An urban media installation that visualizes people traffic of approaching trains. Motion and weight sensors installed in trains to collect real-time data. Data are mapped and projected as digital animations onto platform doors. Here, virtual jellyfishes are projected into the physical space. The number of jellyfish projected correlates to the number of people inside each approaching train. 

Can this encourage urban citizens to reimagine their public spaces in a fun and purposeful way? Can this better manage congestion in cities?

Jogja

A series of painting inspired by a volunteering trip to Jogjakarta, Indonesia. 

Time spent at a local orphanage with children abandoned at a young age puts things in perspective; to see the world beyond our own. Presenting a positive take on turning the deepest pain into something restorative.

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Chinese Blessings

Upcycling lunar new year red packets! Instead of throwing away used red packets*, I’ve turned these paper envelopes into a collage. They form a festive decoration resembling auspicious motifs frequently used in Chinese culture (e.g., the colour red, fish and peonies).

* Giving red packets (also known as lai see 利是 in Cantonese and hóng bāo 紅包 in Mandarin), is a traditional custom to celebrate the Lunar New Year. These red packets contain cash and are typically given to children from married couples. In recent years, these red packets are available online via platforms like WeChat.

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