Presented at FITC Toronto 2017
More info at http://fitc.ca/event/to17/
presented by Emilie Baltz
Drawing from her work at the intersection of food, experience design and technology, Emilie will explore how the senses can inspire new creativity in interaction design, human behavior and user experience. This talk will take you through a collection of her projects over the past 8 years, including Wonka-esque inventions like the Cotton Candy Theremin and the Lickestra (the world’s first lickable ice cream orchestra!). Emilie will show you why a combination of technology, the senses and choreography is more important than ever, as well as reveal why our inner child is the secret to creativity.
Inspire new, playful ways into creativity while better understanding how the human senses affect our perception of the world.
Anyone who makes Any-Thing
Assumed Audience Knowledge
Basic knowledge of how to eat food
Five Things Audience Members Will Learn
Why you need to eat in new and interstellar ways
How to make people like you
New tricks for new creativity
The serious business of play
The relationship between bodies and behavior