PSFK Talks To Emily Fischer Of Haptic Lab

PSFK Talks To Emily Fischer Of Haptic Lab

PSFK talks with architect and designer Emily Fisher to get insight on the future of art and technology.

Kyle Studstill
  • 9 december 2009

PSFK has been talking with artists and innovators that we have covered over the last year to get their insight on the future of art and technology.

Architect and designer Emily Fisher of Haptic Lab began her experiment with Soft-Maps in 2002; these are quilted maps of cities and neighborhoods that can act as a tactile mnemonic tool for learning one’s way through a neighborhood over time.

Access this article for free
Fill in your email below and you'll gain access to this article while also receiving a number of membership features as part of a special 30-day trial.
*Already a member? Log in here

Learn About Our Membership Services

Need Research Help?
As a member you can ask us any research questions and get complimentary research assistance with a 4-day turnaround. Reports inclde stats, quotes, and best-inclass examples on research topics.
Remain Informed & Strategic
We publish several trends reports each month. By becoming a member you will have access to over 100 existing reports, plus a growing catalog of deep topical analysis and debrief-style reports so you always remain in the know.
See Trends Come To Life
Meet your peers and immerse yourself in monthly trend and innovation webinars and discounted conferences.
No search results found.