” I am passionate in creating magical technology that transforms society for the greater good, inspires people, and empowers them to think differently”

Pat Pataranutaporn is a creative biologist, designer, coder and a student from Thailand at Arizona State University. He is enthusiastic in prototyping impossible things as he presented in his TED X talk “Prototyping the Impossible ”. His works examine the symbiotic relationships between human and technology beyond traditional contexts ranging from using AI to cope with mental health issues on social media, designing how human interact with DNA computer, making a bioinspired device that capture proteins from insects for the future of food, and designing mind-controlled 3D printer.

Pat and his team’s projects have been featured on FastCompany, Time, Disruptive Innovation Festival, National Geographic, The Guardian, and UNEP. Pat believe that the innovation must converges aesthetics, functionality, and community to create sustainable future. Pat is the co-founder of Humanity X and BioX, award winning tech startups, and Freaklab (Futuristic Research in Enigmatic and Aesthetics), an open research lab in Thailand focusing on designing the future and beyond.


Pat is the co-founder of startups and research groups.


Freak Lab is an anti-disciplinary research group that explores the futures by designing, prototyping, and researching cutting edges technology and society.


Humanity X Technologies is an organization that has developed technology for humanity and social good.