Arlene Ducao is a Sensemaking Fellow at MIT International Development Initiative, adjunct prof at NYU (physical computing, mobile programming, geospatial visualization, digital fabrication), and instructor at MIT (urban studies, physical computing). She is also the inventor of MindRider (http://mindriderhelmet.com), the helmet that tracks and maps your mental performance. As a practitioner, she makes creative computing projects that examine the relationship between the natural landscape, our built environments, and ourselves.
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How do we track ourselves and what does it mean for the places we live? What mapping tools can help us to quickly understand the data we're collecting?