A satirical startup-style product exploring filter bubbles, 'solutionism' and the quantified self: Blissify is a functional browser extension for Google Chrome that uses emotion detection technology to automatically block the pages that are making the user unhappy.
An immersive 3D web-based TV channel dedicated to the one million or so .3gp* files that have found their way onto Youtube, with the option to narrow video selections down to specific regions and categories. With thanks to Rhizome, who commissioned it as part of their microgrants program (see blog post here). Designed to be viewed with Google Chrome.
*A largely extinct file container that was most popular during the first wave of video-playing mobile phones.
Early research that went on to inform my MA thesis (Castles in the Sky: Charting the evolution of the digital cloud through evolutions in its representation).