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Jay Silver's PhD thesis topic. The simultaneous combination of exploration and creative action leads to a new way of seeing the world. For Camera for the Invisible. Milled on a modella. CAD'ed in Eagle. Workshop for children at the National Taiwan Musuem of Fine Arts. 12-year-old girl makes a playable musical organ out of local mushroom stems, hot glue, electrical tape, and resistors. Jay Silver Presents "World as Construction Kit" Photo from article in Communications of the ACM 2009. Commercial version of the Drawdio Paintbrush from University Games' Colorforms toy line. Cherry wood on the laser cutter. Early Nokia Tablet woven into a paper drawing during a workshop ran in India on Computer Crafting. Made with screws that hold the case together, carry the sensor signal, and make magnetic connection to the camera body. With Evelyn Eastmond for Radical Design for Learning class. Thumbtacked to a Standard Pencil Awareness watch re-minds the wearer to remain conscious of a concept of their choosing (posture, breathing, patience, etc.) Commissioned by a squatter in need of a silent alarm. Children in the slums were asked to take photos of "Nature" in their urban environment. The electricity flows through the running water. Participants create interactive objects. Customized sensors for automotive study Yoga Nidra with some students at Drishya. Jay is a trained yoga teacher, but here he is just following along. iOS app enables finger painting with sound Drinking with sound by workshop participant. Colors of the World are a Musical Score Participant used hue fading technique by sortling and arranging leaves.