About This Project
This project seeks to experiment with haptic sensory substitution ("a way to bypass one traditional sensory organ by using another"), as a mean to augment human perception in relation to other living beings and the environment. That is, couple the human central nervous system (through the feeling of touch) to the state/activity of other forms of life, so as to empirically explore the qualia, cultural, and ecological implications of such entanglements.
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