"I travel between Southern and Northern hemispheres and around the world so frequently that I no longer have any so-called normal winter and summer, nor normal night and day, for I fly in and out of the shaded or sun-flooded areas of the spinning, orbiting Earth with everincreased frequency. I wear three watches to tell me what time it is at my "home" office, so that I can call them by long distance telephone. One is set for the time of day in the place to which I am next going, and one is set temporarily for the locality in which I happen to be. I now see the Earth realistically as a sphere and think of it as a spaceship. It is big, but it is comprehensible. "
For various project I've built and designed data visualisations using web technologies such as d3.js, crossfilter.js, react etc. I've also given multiple workshops on the topic of data visualisation.
A 10 week program in the Open WetLab at Waag Society with the goal to build an open-source DIY bioreactor. The program is currently in progress. One of the first results are two pieces of software for parametrically generating tube racks that can be manufactured with a lasercutter. For more information and the latest developments see my github project page.
Parametric design techniques.
Combined with digital fabrication.
in progress: latest work at github project page