Past Member

Guillermo Bernal

Former Research Assistant
  • Fluid Interfaces

Guillermo’s work focuses on the back-and-forth between the physical and the virtual. He explores embodiment and experiences that address the augmentation of ourselves as technology integrated in our lives. This is done by assessing the emotional response from the body while interacting with future technologies as they become a reality. His current research explorations use real body characteristics, including electrodermal activity, electromyography, and electrocardiography, as low-fidelity indicators of our current state.