Interactive artist Zac Ong explores how wearable technology can help people negotiate interactions in the public space. One of a series of interviews brought to you by the Heineken Ideas Brewery.

PSFK spoke to Zac Ong, a recent graduate of LaSalle College of Arts Singapore, about his project Repel. nspired by Heineken’s new challenge to reinvent the Draught Beer Experience, PSFK.com has interviewed change-making creatives who are constantly reinventing the world around them. His work, which was borne out of the every day realities of crowded environments in Singapore, features wearable technology that warns its user when someone invades their personal space. We discussed the inspiration for this project and his interest in creating interactive art that creates public awareness about issues.

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