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. Right now he is a research fellow at the Biodesign Institute, School of Art, Media + Engineering, and also the cofounder of the award winning tech startup, Humanity X and BioX.
We develop innovative technology for the real time detection of social media messages that are indicative of suicidal thinking and a platform for triage and outreach. This startup team includes ASU students and community members fromed at Hack4Humanity.
Led by an interdisciplinary team of biologists, computer scientists, and human computer interaction researchers, this work envisions new systems to scaffold non-professional participation in biology.
DNArt is a multidisciplinary project that is taking an inspiration from functional genomics to create a new type of graphic representation and artwork. DNArt mimics the way that genes encode the proteins that make each organism and species unique.
The use of organic systems and living organisms to solve problems, develop solutions, or create products.
Technology and conceptual designs that are inspired by Sci-fi movies and futurisitic setting.
The arts that involve audiences in a way that allows the arts to evolve and create new experiences for the audiences.
In order to create a sustainable living, human need to blend art, science, and engineering together to design a big crazy idea called "home"
Play is a natural behavior of highly developed animal, so human can use games for so many purpose - to educate, simulate, and entertain.
The only way that we can preserve our culutre is to make it alive. The only way that we can make the culture alive is to let it evolve.
Art is the ways that human can use their imagination to travel to the eternity of the universe - to explore the conflict, chaos, and feeling.
The only way we can make sure that we really understand something for sure is to teach it to other people.
All the innovative and interdisciplinary projects
Applying new media technology and animation techniques on play design
Slides from Pat's talks. Pat agrees with Socrates that wisdom begins with wonder. Therefore, the visual presentation is important for Pat.