Kaleidoscope is creating an interactive experience for the Carnegie Mellon University’s Askwith Kenner Global Languages and Cultures room located in the Tepper Quadrangle. This interactive experience explores the concept of cultural awareness and competency through the use of real-time depth capturing and data visualization techniques. Guests infer another person’s identity through a progressive series of abstract traits and attributes, and, in the end, are then presented with a visualized contrast between their assumptions and reality. Through this experience we hope to encourage reflection about how culture shapes our perceptions of identity, and how these perceptions may not be entirely representative of the truth.

Team members:  Byungju Lee, Weizheng Lee, Tai Chun (Vicky) Lin, Jehan Sandhu, Ricardo Tucker, Anying Zheng

Project Instructors: John Dessler, Ralph Vituccio

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