Eidos
2012 - 2013

We are used to controlling the world around us, to find the settings that suit us best. What if we had the same control over our senses? If we could adjust them live, what new experiences could this make possible?

Eidos is a radical new approach to wearable augmented reality that lets us enhance and control our existing senses in real-time. Eidos currently consists of two prototype technologies: Eidos Vision enhances the way we see motion, while Eidos Audio allows us to hear speech more selectively. Eidos allows us to highlight previously invisible or inaudible details, opening up new and customisable experiences.

Team:
Tim Bouckley
Millie Clive-Smith
Mi Eun Kim
Yuta Sugawara
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Eidos
2012 - 2013

We are used to controlling the world around us, to find the settings that suit us best. What if we had the same control over our senses? If we could adjust them live, what new experiences could this make possible?

Eidos is a radical new approach to wearable augmented reality that lets us enhance and control our existing senses in real-time. Eidos currently consists of two prototype technologies: Eidos Vision enhances the way we see motion, while Eidos Audio allows us to hear speech more selectively. Eidos allows us to highlight previously invisible or inaudible details, opening up new and customisable experiences.

Team:
Tim Bouckley
Millie Clive-Smith
Mi Eun Kim
Yuta Sugawara



See Eidos featured on:
> Dezeen
> FastCo Design
> CNN
> Wired.com
> Discovery News
> Mashable
> The Verge
> Mail Online

And at the following events and exhibitions:
> The Creators Project's 'Make It Wearable' series
> This Happened 15, V&A Museum London 2013
> FastCo Innovation By Design Conference & Awards 2013
> Media Evolution 2013
> Show RCA 2013

Eidos was a finalist in:
> FastCo's Innovation By Design Awards, 2013
> Spark Design Awards, 2013

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Eidos
2012 - 2013

We are used to controlling the world around us, to find the settings that suit us best. What if we had the same control over our senses? If we could adjust them live, what new experiences could this make possible?

Eidos is a radical new approach to wearable augmented reality that lets us enhance and control our existing senses in real-time. Eidos currently consists of two prototype technologies: Eidos Vision enhances the way we see motion, while Eidos Audio allows us to hear speech more selectively. Eidos allows us to highlight previously invisible or inaudible details, opening up new and customisable experiences.

Team:
Tim Bouckley
Millie Clive-Smith
Mi Eun Kim
Yuta Sugawara
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