Assistant Professor Andrew Quitmeyer presented a talk at the DC Art Science Evening Rendezvous (DASER), in which he discussed how:
Digital interactive technology holds great potential for experimenting with and understanding wild animals. Traditional ways of designing tech, however, pull field biologists out of nature and into the lab. This talk discusses wearable and mobile laboratories that let artists, designers, and biologists create their own tools entirely in the wild.
Here’s the live stream of the event, including Andrew’s talk: DASER Live Stream