I'm interested in creating physical and digital systems to track our information streams and ultimately create
biopersonalized algorithms by integrating physiological data.
You can find some of my writing related to these topics.
Currently, I am pursuing my PhD at Columbia University in the Mobile X Lab.
I was previously an undergrad at the Unversity of Washington, exploring Ubiquitous Computing, Neural
Engineering, and Entrepreneurship.
I am also a Neurotech enthusiast, leading Synaptech and writing articles with NeurotechJP.
My first post, Personal Information Space:
a reflection on how to best contribute to information space, along with my thoughts on how
personal information space will fit into our future.
My take on desktop Windows as Attention Streams:
thoughts on the desktop experience and taking a more intentional approach to workflows can
further help us track our overall experience.
Reach out on Twitter or email me at tomaitagaki at gmail!