Oscar Rosello

Fluid Interfaces
  • Research Assistant

Oscar is a first year MAS student in the Fluid Interfaces Group. His research focuses on developing interfaces to enhance human potential. His goals at Fluid Interfaces are twofold: First, to design interfaces that fuse with our bodies, altering our perception and augmenting the possibilities of what humans can do. Second, using those interfaces as a non-invasive tool to learn about human intelligence. He holds a M.S. in Design and Computation and a M.S in Computer Science, both from MIT.  He also holds a Masters in Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia in Barcelona and is a Licensed Architect in Europe.

Oscar is a first year MAS student in the Fluid Interfaces Group. His research focuses on developing interfaces to enhance human potential. His goals at Fluid Interfaces are twofold: First, to design interfaces that fuse with our bodies, altering our perception and augmenting the possibilities of what humans can do. Second, using those interfaces as a non-invasive tool to learn about human intelligence. He holds a M.S. in Design and Computation and a M.S in Computer Science, both from MIT.  He also holds a Masters in Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia in Barcelona and is a Licensed Architect in Europe.