Theodore Koterwas seeks to make things resonate. Schooled by decades of public exhibition, performance, and user testing, he collaborates with scientists, researchers, academics, writers, artists and musicians to create installations, apps and websites to engage people in novel and compelling ways.

He leads the Web and Mobile Applications development team at the University of Oxford [projects]. Previous gigs include directing New Media exhibit development at the Exploratorium [projects].

As a musician he played drums in several bands you've never heard of, and bass, samples and noisy electronics in a similarly obscure solo project The Foundling Wheel.

If we can look at people and barely notice them change into others, what does that say about how we really see them?

Smartphone app brings the University of Oxford's Musical Instrument Collections to life by providing playable versions of the instruments.

An iBeacon powered scavenger hunt through the Oxford University Museum of Natural History around themes of evolution.

Delicate electromechanical birds made from glass pipettes, wire, magnets, and needles flap and lurch overhead in response to a viewer's movement.

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