Currently working on a PhD in history at Western University, where my dissertation project is on the history of stage magic.

My work incorporates digital fabrication and physical computing tools to experiment with the technological past, and I use data mining and text analysis to explore the cultural history of my topic.

I apply 3D printers, 3D scanning, depth cameras, projection, Arduino, Phidgets, Processing, Max/MSP, SketchUp, SEASR/Meandre, and Mathematica for much of my work.

See photos of some of the things I’m working on by clicking here.

Contact me at devonelliott@gmail.com or follow @devonelliott on Twitter.

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