Jian-Wun Jhemg



Affiliation(s):


  • National Taipei University of Technology

Department:


  • Institute of Media Design

Job Title:


  • Assistant Professor

Location:


  • TW

Bio:

  • Jian-Wun Jhemg is an Assistant Professor at the Graduate Institute of Interactive Media Design at National Taipei University of Technology in Taiwan.

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Writings and Presentations:


  • Title: Sympathist
    Writing Type: Sketch / Art Talk
    Author(s):
    Exhibition: SIGGRAPH Asia 2016: Mediated Aesthetics
    Abstract Summary:

    Sympathist attempts to explore scenery as imagined by our brains. In the installation of this bizarre illusion, the unique data and variables of brain waves cause changes in illusions, where brain activity is visualized like cyberspace. The digital age has made cyberspace possible. We devote most of our time into cyberspace to exchange information and knowledge with other people. The prevalence of mobile devices and virtual reality headsets demonstrates that we are getting closer to this illusory space. These thoughts directly influence our brain waves. The civilization which we are so proud of has instead led humanity increasingly further away from the environment. Our five senses, originally meant to accept natural frequencies, have been allured by uncoordinated artificial and digital frequencies, to the extent that we are forgetting our original feelings. People have fallen into the endless loop of cyberspace without realizing it.