Adam Somlai-Fischer, Bengt Sjölén & Usman Haque
An interpretation of the traditional camera obscura that uses an antenna fabricated from empty cans of wasabi- covered peas. This is mounted on a robotic head that scans for wireless network signals. The results are presented on a nearby screen as constantly updating images.
Adam Somlai-Fischer is an architect and interaction researcher. As a founding partner of Aether Architecture he specialises in designing interactive architectural projects. Bengt Sjölén is an independent game technology researcher. Usman Haque has been a researcher at the Interaction Design Institute Ivrea, Italy; artistin-residence at the International Academy of Media Arts and Sciences, Japan; and has also worked in the US, UK and Malaysia. Until 2005 he was a teacher in the Interactive Architecture Workshop at the Bartlett School of Architecture, London.