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Title: Tassophonics: Nanotechnology as the magical unknown
Authors: Samson, Audrey
Andersen, Kristina
Department: School of Creative Media
Issue Date: 2013
Course: SM8402 Research Skills & Methods
Programme: Doctor of Philosophy in Creative Media
Instructor: Dr. Lai, C. H. Linda
Citation: Samson, A., & Andersen, K. (2013). Tassophonics: Nanotechnology as the magical unknown (Outstanding Academic Papers by Students (OAPS)). Retrieved from City University of Hong Kong, CityU Institutional Repository.
Abstract: This paper outlines a set of experiments designed to explore how we can embed memories in objects augmented with non-discernable nanotechnological interfaces. It explores whether the object can successfully embody a wish or fear and how the participant experiences living with a physical reminder of these secrets. As such the experiments draw on more traditional paper-prototyping and body-storming techniques. The goal is to assess if the introduction of nanotechnology as a magical unknown can be used to seed and affect our relationships to objects and archived memories.
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