Ozgun Kilic Afsar

Tangible Media
  • Visiting Student

Visiting PhD Student

Ozgun is an artist, design engineer and HCI Researcher. With a curiosity to deconstruct and understand how things move, she studied movement and cognition through her kinetic machines during her masters at the Royal College of Art, London. In her past work, she coupled bio-signals with mechanical automata to create a continuous non-verbal flow between the body and the machine. Currently, she's exploring intimate robotic interfaces in the context of motor skill acquisition and skill transfer, catering a symbiotic relationship between the body and the on-body interface where both are prone to change, learn from, and adapt to one-another over time. 

She is affiliated with the Soma Interaction Design Lab at the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden as a PhD student.

She's been doing ballet, playing classical guitar, baking cookies and getting lost into the wild since she was 6 years old!

Visiting PhD Student

Ozgun is an artist, design engineer and HCI Researcher. With a curiosity to deconstruct and understand how things move, she studied movement and cognition through her kinetic machines during her masters at the Royal College of Art, London. In her past work, she coupled bio-signals with mechanical automata to create a continuous non-verbal flow between the body and the machine. Currently, she's exploring intimate robotic interfaces in the context of motor skill acquisition and skill transfer, catering a symbiotic relationship between the body and the on-body interface where both are prone to change, learn from, and adapt to one-another over time. 

She is affiliated with the Soma Interaction Design Lab at the Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden as a PhD student.

She's been doing ballet, playing classical guitar, baking cookies and getting lost into the wild since she was 6 years old!