Undergrad Honor Thesis Defense : Bio Hci Toward Interfaces between People, Computer, and Bio/digital system November 3, 2017 Abstract Biological HCI (Bio-HCI) framework is a design framework that investigate the relationship between human, computer and biological systems by redefining biological materials as design elements. Bio-HCI focuses on three major components : biological materials, intermediate platforms, […]
MIT Media Lab Biosummit : Freak Lab Presentation September 22, 2017 Futuristic Research in Enigmatic + Aesthetics Knowledge (Freak) Lab is an anti-disciplinary research group that focus on exploring futures by using design, prototype, and research as tools to reimagine reality. The community of Freak fuses open-minded peoples from various disciplines, ages, and expertise to […]
MIT Media Lab Biosummit : Bio Hci – Wearing Bio Data, Printing Food with Mind, and Modifying Lifeform through Voice! September 22, 2017 We propose the Bio-HCI framework, that focuses on three major components: biological materials, intermediate platforms, and interaction with the user. In this context, “biological materials” is meant to broadly cover biological matter […]
TED x ASU : Prototyping the Impossible March 22, 2017 Pat explains the process of rapid prototyping, and how a series of simple steps can help you bring the wildest ideas to fruition.
Stanford Medicine X Arizona Pop-up : Hacks, Health, and Humanity April 16, 2017 Pat Pataranutaporn is a creative biologist, artist, designer, coder and an undergrad student at College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, Arizona State University. His work examines a range from environmental biotechnology to interactive technology at the intersection of biology, DIY, and computation. […]
Disruptive Innovation Festival : Hacks for Humanity Imagine – two days of techies, programmers, developers, humanities, artist, students, educators, and creative visionaries gathered in one place to hack for social good and build technology solutions to address pressing issues facing humanity. The mission of Hacks for Humanity is to create technology solutions and intiatives that […]
Disruptive Innovation Festival : Innovation in the Age of Biodesign Since the dawn of humanity, nature has inspired and ignited curiosity in human, to design and invent solutions that imitate the aesthetics and efficiency of nature. As the age of machine arise, this symbiotic relationship between human and nature has been putting aside. The exponential […]
Ignite : SCIENCE + ART = ? November 4, 2015 Ignite @ ASU is a public event for great thinkers and doers to gather, share ideas, connect with others, and create change. It features rapid-fire 5-minute presentations that bring ASU students, faculty, staff, and community members together to build more connected, vibrant communities.
Stanford Medicine X : Hacks with Hope Saturday, September 17 Pat Pataranutaporn discusses how he hopes to use what he’s learned from Hacks for Humanity to develop new technologies to connect people needing mental health care with the help they need.