Memory Slugs

Installation 2016

Memory Slugs is an installation created in collaboration with Maryyann Landlord. It is a Unity application which links two desktops with Oculus devices together so that

The project was funded by the Small Undergraduate Research Grant and The Henry Armero Memorial Award for Inclusive Creativity and was on display at Carnegie Mellon's Miller Gallery. Under supervision Professor Ali Momeni, the project is currently being expanded into research on how multiplayer VR experiences affect empathy, receptivity, and education.