Ludic Hardware Experiments

As a researcher at the University of Applied Arts Vienna, I have dedicated my efforts to the ongoing development of specialized controllers and sensors. These prototypes possess the capability to efficiently collect and relay data while seamlessly interfacing with a diverse range of other technologies. These encompass web-based applications, immersive game engines, and an array of other digital platforms.

More than 10 controllers have been produced utilizing tailor-made PCBs. Initially, we prototyped the boards and tested them extensively. Subsequently, I utilized Fritzing to design the PCBs, ensuring their aesthetic appeal aligns with the intention of showcasing them as artifacts during exhibitions. Following this, all the components were soldered onto the boards, and these finished products were not only presented to students but also actively featured in various exhibitions.