Sagun Giri

Sagun Giri

Sagun Giri

Sagun Giri, a third-year doctoral student and DGA recipient studying learning, design and technology, models two prototypes related to maker spaces research he works on with his adviser Gabriela Richard, assistant professor of education (learning, design and technology). The glove is a wearable game controller that lights up, vibrates or makes a sound when the user performs an action. The project integrates diverse skills such as coding, crafting, game design and physical computing. The necklace is a unidirectional project, which combines the Lilypad Arduino, LEDs, crafting and coding.

IMAGE: Jessica Buterbaugh