Past Member

Thomas Sanchez Lengeling

Opera of the Future
  • Research Assistant

Thomas is a graduate student at the MIT Media Lab in the Opera of the Future Group. His research derives from his ambition to create seamless interactions between people and digital information, by giving extra perception and awareness using color and sound. This is possible by enhancing human communication and perception through the augmentation of human senses using technology. Also, his visual work ranges from organically propagated systems to self-rhythm visual art. He also works with different technologies and mediums such as light, colorimetry, hyperspectral cameras, sensors, radio frequencies, creative coding platforms, electronics, etc. He teaches workshops creative coding, color perception, new media art, and physics for science outreach programs. Furthermore, his creative work and interactive installations have been commissioned by festivals in Germany, Mexico, Italy, and Portugal.

Thomas is a graduate student at the MIT Media Lab in the Opera of the Future Group. His research derives from his ambition to create seamless interactions between people and digital information, by giving extra perception and awareness using color and sound. This is possible by enhancing human communication and perception through the augmentation of human senses using technology. Also, his visual work ranges from organically propagated systems to self-rhythm visual art. He also works with different technologies and mediums such as light, colorimetry, hyperspectral cameras, sensors, radio frequencies, creative coding platforms, electronics, etc. He teaches workshops creative coding, color perception, new media art, and physics for science outreach programs. Furthermore, his creative work and interactive installations have been commissioned by festivals in Germany, Mexico, Italy, and Portugal.