Sarah Homewood: The future of technology tracking

Sarah Homewood designed the Ovum device to offer a non-clinical, beautiful and shared experience of ovulation tracking. Developed in collaboration with the IxD Lab, ITU. Photograph by Harvey Bewley.

7 Questions with Sarah Homewood:

  1. What are you curious about in technology right now?
The Ovum ovulation tracking device projects the user’s saliva sample out into the room. Crystals in the projection show that the user is fertile. Developed in collaboration with the IxD Lab, ITU. Photograph by Rina de Place Bjørn.
Loupe is a speculative gut health tracking device that allows the user to cultivate their gut bacteria to display to others as jewellery. Developed in collaboration with the IxD Lab, ITU. Photograph by Harvey Bewley.

Follow Sarah’s work here:

Website: http://sarahhomewood.com/

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