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In January this year, he and his team attended the MAISON & OBJET PARIS in Paris, and went to the TRANOI show in New York in mid-February, and was invited by the New York Museum Arts and Design and was invited to exhibit in five stores.
According to Cho, MAISON&OBJET PARIS, an international trade fair dedicated to lifestyle fashions and trends that is reserved for professionals takes place in January.
Cho applied MovISee, the digital software he created, to transform the banyan garden into a new and abstracted pattern for a signature scarf.
MovISee is a digital software designed by Cho for people to create personal visual outputs.
In mid-February, he went to New York to visit the TRANOI show, which is in line with the New York Fashion Week organized by the commercial exhibition.
He said, a depth camera is used to create mixed reality for people to explore the selected information and ultimately transform their understanding the ability of their body movement to create composite customized visual outputs.
He is currently exploring textiles patterns that disrupt recorded time and spatial relationships, bridging the gap between craft and technology.
Dr. Yen-Ting Cho is a designer, artist and researcher with expertise in interdisciplinary digital design methods, including architecture, interaction design, and animation.
He has a PhD in Innovation Design Engineering from the Royal College of Art.
He was awarded Film Study Center Harvard Fellowships and his animation practice has received awards internationally.
He has worked at INVIVIA, and designed interactions for Microsoft Surface, GSD and the Guggenheim Museum.
Cho leads his London-based digital design studio, and he is an Assistant Professor in the Institute of Creative Industries Design and Master Program on Techno Art at National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan.