Sang Leigh

Sang’s research and art practice focuses on robotic and computational tools that work together with human users. His vision proposes extreme synergies between machine tools and humans, with technology essentially becoming a natural extension of our hands. This way, he challenges the fear and criticism around AI and automation that they replace human endeavors, by showing how symbiotic machines can unlock new human explorations and aesthetics.

Former Students

Ollie Hsieh

Software engineer/installation artist; ex-DNS @ Cloudflare. Interests: cinematic photography, coffee, speculative design.

Jack Gale

Jack is a Designer and Researcher pursuing a masters degree in Human-Computer Interaction at Georgia Tech with a specialization in Interactive Computing. For the last three years, he has been working as a Product Designer and Researcher at the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, CA. At NASA, he designs and tests mission planning and mission assurance tools for human spaceflight as well as human-in-the-loop systems. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interaction Design from California College of Arts in San Francisco, CA.

Jiewen Wang

Jiewen is a graduate student of MS Computer Science program. He is a technologist who creates interactive systems in both physical and digital forms. He is interested in the intersection between engineering, design and arts. His personal homepage is

Suyash Junnarkar

Suyash is an engineer becoming a designer now. His goal is to innovate in a true inter-disciplinary sense. Solving real world problems with a holistic approach is what he aims for.

Xiangyi (Lily) Yang

Xiangyi is currently a MID student at Georgia Tech. She is a Designer who always had the urge to make something out of nothing. She looks forward to learning new technologies and implementing them to design.