Ling Tan is a designer, maker and coder trained as an architect and based in London, UK. She is interested in how people interact with the built environment and wearable technology, she also enjoy building physical machines and prototypes to explore different modes of interaction between people and their surrounding spaces. Her work falls somewhere within the genre of wearable technology, Internet of Things(IoT) and citizen participation. She is currently working at Umbrellium in London to understand social wearables through community participation. As an individual artist, she is supported by FAULT LINES programme as part of FutureEverything, UK.
Pollution Explorers is a participatory project co-created with the
- Pollution ExplorersThessaloniki, GreeceA participatory project exploring air quality issues through people’s subjective perception and wearable technology
Localization: Thessaloniki, GR
The overall objective of hackAIR is to develop and pilot test an open platform that will enable communities of citizens to easily set up air quality monitoring networks and engage their members in measuring and publishing outdoor air pollution levels, leveraging the power of online social networks, mobile and open hardware technologies, and engagement strategies.