The Mobile Experience Lab supports creative research into the social and cultural relations embodied in personal media technology, including individual creative expression; health, wellness and empowerment; assistive and augmentative support; and community building. This interdisciplinary inquiry is supported by a team of artists, designers, theorists and users. Creative criticality is applied to the production of protoypes, ideas and processes, systems and solutions.

All Projects

Eye that don't see hearts that don't feel


Mindfulness Technologies: The ACT App

Body Editing


The CBC Newsworld Holodeck

Rupture: An Autobiography in Earthquakes

Postcard Memories

Portage: Cell Phone Xylophone

Art and Interactive Projections: ScreenPlay

Art and Ability: Cardinal

Visualizing the Impacts of Mobile Journalism

Take Me With You

Art and Interactive Projections: Tentacles

Alter Audio

Park Walk

Fetal Alcohol Visualizing

Measured Mile

Common Pulse Symposium 2011

People, Places and Things: A mobile locative mapping workshop

2013 Common Pulse Symposium