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Chip has grown up visiting all manner of theme parks, themed restaurants, and immersive museum exhibits. Now with degrees in computational cognitive science and  computation arts, 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 research for theme parks, which they are pursuing as a doctoral student at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada. With particular focuses on sensory experience and interactivity, their current research projects turn on examinations of the specificity of affordances in tangible interactive themed entertainment, and multi sensory storytelling within 4D film experiences.

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