Toni Dove – The Dress That Eats Souls

Brooklyn Research worked with artist Toni Dove to create an interactive robotic torso and skirt that responds to a user's movements.  This robotic mechanism was part of the piece "The Dress That Eats Souls", that Toni Dove created. Taking input from a Kinect depth camera, the piece tracks a user's head and body movement.  Those [...]

Ivana Bašić – Through the Hum of Black Velvet Sleep

Brooklyn Research worked with artist Ivana Bašić on two of her pieces, A thousand years ago ten seconds of breath were 40 grams of dust #1 and #2, for her show Through the Hum of Black Velvet Sleep. Both sculptures were nearly identical. Based on the designs of the artist, Brooklyn Research designed the electrical [...]

Automated Selfie Stick – UnREAL

Brooklyn Research worked with Brooklyn Model Works to help design and fabricate an automated selfie stick for the television show UnReal on Lifetime. The automated selfie stick allowed users to control the distance of the phone/camera to the user. High powered LED lights were installed that users could control by the push of a button. [...]

Tangibles – The Tech Museum of Innovation

In conjunction with Local Projects, Brooklyn Research worked on an exhibit for the Tech Museum of Innovation in San Jose. For this project, Brooklyn Research engineered and fabricated the physical and electronic component of the Creature Creation station that is a part of the Tech Museum's BioDesign studio exhibit. At this station, new creatures can [...]

Social Data Kinetic Sculpture – Intel / Milk Studios

As a part of a collaboration between Milk and Intel,  "Adorned", a MUZSE exhibit that dissected our cultural history of wearable technology from the past, surrounding us in the present, and taking a look at where we’re headed in the future. For a central element of the exhibit Brooklyn Research designed and built a 20 [...]