During my time studying at DTU, i have participated in many exciting and challenging projects.
MOODSPACE, was an exciting exploration of the senses and the environment that we inhabit as humans. The project consisted of experimenting with sound and space, to create responsive music with body movement.
Using Arduino(Heartpulse Sensor) and Microsoft Kinect, we were able to create an isolated space, where the body became the instrument of choice.
"Simplex Udlejning" is a project developed in cooperation with DTU and Zincktwice, to create a new Digital Housing Platform, for renting out apartments and other housing. The unique interactive design of "Simplex Udlejning" makes it easier for a user to rent out multiple apartments, which can be difficult with current platforms.
The site can be visited here: www.SimplexUdlejning.com
During my time at DTU, i also worked on a nondisclosed project, where i developed an application in Android Studio. The application used Google Maps, to do various tasks like placing pins and interacting with a database in real time.
The application was developed with User Experience in mind, and Interactive Design to shape the way the user would use the application.
No Place For Jim is a 2D pixel-platformer game, developed in the style of a classic dungeon crawler. The game is still early in development, but is developed completely independently by Attosec(Indie Company).
The game design seeks to challenge the status-quo in the gaming industry, and wants to challenge players to new exciting gaming mechanics, never before seen.
Social and Health care workers at nursing homes have had issues for years with arthritis patients, needing compression socks applied to their feet. The "Roll-Over Sock" offers an alternative to apply the sock, by rolling instead of sliding it on.
Teachers in elementary school rarely have the time to give every student the special attention they deserve. "Teach My Child" was a prototype/concept, developed as a Semesterproject at DTU, exactly to deal with that problem.
The concept was the make it possible, for students to learn the way they personally learned best; Visually, Auditory, Practical or Theoretical.
Campus Housing was a project developed in cooperation with DTU, to find a suitable solution to the growing demand of housing for students. The project entailed converting containers into a mobile living space, that could later be transported.
The project was brought to light by Enrgii, a company striving to convert the kinetic energy created by humans in gyms, into real electrical power.
Using a motion bike, we were able to create heat via. friction, which then was converted into electrical power (using the Seebeck Effect), by then using Thermo-elements.
This site acts as a resume/Curriculum Vitae for Simon A. Callaghan Jensen.
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