Author: pwollner

Horn x Wollner Photobag

Based on a collaboration with R. Horns Vienna, Patrick will be presenting the “Photobag” at Wien Products 2015 and Vienna Design Week 2015. Combining the functionality and protection Peli Cases provide to pro photography gear with the elegance of R. Horns handmade leather bags, the “Photobag” provides customisable padded space for one camera body, up to […]

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Das Neue Arbeiten 2014

Das Neue Arbeiten 2014

[In German] Patrick presents as a representative of Gen Y at DNA14, a forum for new ways of working. Details on Patrick’s contribution can be found here.

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Updated Website for The Mephistophone

Check out the new website for Patrick’s recent project on The Mephistophone! The Mephistophone is a mechatronic hybrid, a robot the size of a dowry chest with metal skeleton, acrylic tendons, and a mobile latex skin. In performance and exhibition spaces it can be either a dancer or an orchestra, synthesising movement from sound and […]

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Patrick presents The Mephistophone at MTF

Patrick presents The Mephistophone at MTF

Isak Herman and Patrick Wollner present the Mephistophone at Music Tech Fest London. Patrick Wollner and Isak Herman present Mephistophone, a device that creates and responds to sonic gestures. Using a latex surface containing 32 embedded sensors, participants react to sounds by pushing and pulling into the surface of the material. This data is then […]

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Updated Photos: USA 2013

Find updated photos from a road trip through the US on flickr. From New York to Denver and then by car via Boulder, multiple National Parks, Las Vegas, Grand Canyon, Los Angeles, up Highway 1, San Francisco, Portland and Seattle.

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Comment for Research Research

Comment for Research Research

Research Fortnight focusses on people and institutions involved in funding and policy decisions. It aims to make sure its readers stay abreast of how knowledge and learning is affecting the people, the economy and the environment in the UK. Early-career researchers are not as involved in policy as they should be. Patrick Wollner sets out how institutions and […]

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Patrick launches CUSPE

Patrick launches CUSPE

Patrick formally launches the Cambridge University Science Policy Exchange at the University Combination Room, jointly with David Cleevely, Jasdeep Sandhu and Miles Parker.

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Patrick speaks about CUSPE

Patrick speaks about CUSPE

Engineering Department PhD student and Founder of Cambridge University Science and Policy Exchange (CUSPE) discusses opportunities for early career researchers interested in the policy implications of their work. For more on CUSPE, visit: http://www.cuspe.org/

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