Emily Fischer speaks about the way the technology helps her to achieve the scope and detail involved in her various projects.

reNEWable Times Square, Haptic Lab

PSFK recently interviewed Emily Fisher of Haptic Lab to learn more about her inspiration and use of technology in realizing her visions.  Haptic Lab is a small design studio in Brooklyn that creates products, spaces and situations to promote embodiment. The word haptic refers to the sense of touch, and everything they design is meant to inspire meaningful connections through the tactile.

Emily, what is your favorite CAD project you have performed to date?

My favorite CAD-driven project was a concept proposal for the reNEWable Times Square competition in 2010.

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