Chip has grown up visiting all manner of theme parks, themed restaurants, and immersive museum exhibits. Now with a degree in computational cognitive science and nearing the completion of a degree in computation art, they've built a flexible, interdisciplinary skillset that allows them to work on all aspects of a project. From initial conception and visual development, to physical fabrication and technical specification, they've done it on some variety of theatre production, haunted attraction, or escape room.
Forging ahead, their sights are now set on design for theme parks. In particular, they're currently conducting research on the role of thematic content as a primary motivator of interactivity, rather than simply as superficial themeing. Through this research, they hope to develop a design methodology to encourage a more diverse approach to location-based interacitivity.