Ersin Altin, PhD, teaches history/theory survey courses and design studio courses. His research focuses on the changes in the perception of the body, home and the city through an historical analysis of the material world from the standpoint of design, fashion and visual culture.
Burçak Özlüdil, PhD, is an architect and architectural historian with a strong interest in digital spatial studies. Her research focuses on the intersection of human sciences and urban/architectural space and uses of digital tools that facilitate scholarship in these fields.
Augustus Wendell, MFA, is a university lecturer and coordinator of digital design program. He teaches studio courses on the design of narrative and interactive systems. His research focuses on the application of digital tools to spatial simulation, analysis and scholarship.
Amy K. Hoover, PhD, is a university assistant professor who teaches a course on digital games and artificial intelligence. Her research focuses on facilitating human creativity through artificial intelligence methods and representations.
This project would not have been possible without the development work carried out by Garry Guan and Satchel Quinn.