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Project: PopTag App

PopTag is an journaling app for people who want to keep track of their habits or behaviours. The app lets you easily track recurring keywords in a quick and simple way. Think of it as keyword journaling. The more you use a keyword the darker the bubble gets.

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Project, CIIDJens Obel
Project: The Future of Currency

Exchange Point is multi-currency exchange machine with a quirk – people can haggle with it. Whether people want to trade in health data to earn some Bitcoins or simply want to get rid of an old coffee mug, Exchange Point allows people to sell both personal data and physical items in a convenient way.

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Project, CIIDJens Obel
Project: Learning Machine Learning

This project I worked on with Bora Kim and Rachel Lane during the one week course Machine Learning with Andreas Refsgaard and Gene Kogan. We decided to create a Batman Fight Simulator that would blast out the iconic fight words when it detected punches and kicks. 

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Project, CIIDJens Obel
Project: Exploring time as a sense

Inspired by environmental sound cues that allow us to feel the passing of time, Stakk is a time experiencing device. By choosing wooden blocks and adding them to the stack, you select the time intervals at which you want to feel a transition in time.

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Project, CIIDJens Obel
Project: Uncanny Senses

Uncanny Senses challenges our perception of machine sensors. The creature like movements and hyperreal sensor organs give the audience freedom to anthropomorphize the servo-bots and at the same time depict how human senses are fundamentally different from sensors.

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Project, CIIDJens Obel
Project: Interactice Jazz Piano

Interactive Jazz Piano helps you express your complex, innermost feelings through your own improvised jazz composition. It was a project I worked on with Vytautas Gudaitis in the course Intro to Programming. We used P5 and Java connected to Ableton.

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Project, CIIDJens Obel