head(banger)phones (2008)

  • The head(banger)phones are a personal music device made up of a pair of headphones and a sensor.  When the user wears the head(banger)phones, the motion and position of her head triggers different sounds, creating a dynamic interactive musical experience. I designed the head(banger)phones as part of my Physical Computing class taught by Dan O'Sullivan at New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP)
    The head(banger)phones were featured in Gizmodo and PSFK.