ABOUT

Omar Faleh is an architect and an interactive creative technologist working in the areas of responsive space, full body interaction, mobile development, gesture tracking, and public spaces interventions. His work investigates perception, embodiment, and presence in responsive spaces.
Omar is trained as an architect, with a master’s degree in Virtual Environments from the Bartlett school of Architecture, University College London. He also holds a second bachelor degree in Computation Arts and Computer Science from Concordia University in Montreal.
Omar is currently finishing his second masters, which is an interdisciplinary MA in art, architecture, philosophy and technology, with a working title: Computational media as tools for the creation of aesthetic and affective experiences in responsive architectural spaces. He is a member of Hexagram Montreal as a research assistant in the Topological Media Lab, and is currently a part-time faculty at the department of Design and Computation Arts at Concordia University.
On the professional side, Omar has been working as professional interactive mobile and web developer for more than 8 years, and has been involved in many R&D projects for web and mobile tools and applications.

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