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:
http://www.etc.cmu.edu/projects/tatrc/.

Created by:

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

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.

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.