Valdemar Danry

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Valdemar Danry is a visiting student from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. His passion is the intersection between philosophy, technology and arts, more specifically the relationship between body-borne technology and experienced consciousness. With his background in design, phenomenology, virtual reality, augmented reality, and art he seeks to explore how the augmented body mediates our experiences of the world not just as something physical but as something which is "lived".  

Valdemar is currently working on devices for sensing and evaluating reasoning patterns. His earlier work has been on the aesthetics of embodied VR art as well as the experience of sexual assault in virtual reality. Additionally, he has been a part of a virtual reality production house researching on the therapeutical potential of virtual reality in treatment of social anxiety and schizophrenia, projects promoting behavioral change towards firework usage, empathic emplacement in refugee camps and transit rooms, etc..

Valdemar Danry is a visiting student from the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. His passion is the intersection between philosophy, technology and arts, more specifically the relationship between body-borne technology and experienced consciousness. With his background in design, phenomenology, virtual reality, augmented reality, and art he seeks to explore how the augmented body mediates our experiences of the world not just as something physical but as something which is "lived".  

Valdemar is currently working on devices for sensing and evaluating reasoning patterns. His earlier work has been on the aesthetics of embodied VR art as well as the experience of sexual assault in virtual reality. Additionally, he has been a part of a virtual reality production house researching on the therapeutical potential of virtual reality in treatment of social anxiety and schizophrenia, projects promoting behavioral change towards firework usage, empathic emplacement in refugee camps and transit rooms, etc..