Interactive: Project Xense

Project Xense is a series of 3 interactive experiences created for the National Museum of Health and Medicine to showcase prosthetic and implant technology.

Project Xense was a spring 2012 semester-long project at the ETC created in conjunction with the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center of the US Army.

 To learn about the project itself, please visit:

My particular role on the project is as the Producer – keeping track of an aggressive semester-long (really, “semester-short”) production schedule as well as keeping ON track that schedule.

Created by:

  • Albert Gea
  • Elwin lee
  • Arvind Kumar
  • Anabelle Lee
  • Ayse (Zeynap) Tasar
  • David Francus

Produced at the Entertainment Technology Center at Carnegie Mellon University and advised by Mike Christel and Scott Stevens.

Our collaborator at TATRC was Dr. Thomas Talbot.