Student working on a research project.

Project MIST - Living Museum Prototype

Project MIST – Living Museum Prototype challenges classic scenographic practice. In development, simulations in a virtual environment replace traditional rehearsals. A mist screen, a projection surface for image and light, is designed, engineered and fabricated. A self-sustaining wireless lighting system is designed, made possible through the invention of the Droplet. A image et lumière spectacle, the test, can be viewed by the public. Student researcher will be involved with design development and fabrication of installation project and lighting peripheral.

Research Project Information

Disciplines: architecture, computer science, electrical engineering, theatre design and technology
Student Skill-Set Needed: Ability to work independently, knowledge of lighting technology, knowledge of ESP Vision and Vectorworks Software, familiarity with Aruduino applications
Compensation: Salary / Stipend, Volunteer
Available: Spring


For further information on this opportunity, or to apply, contact:

Faculty Member: Lynne Koscielniak
Title: Associate Professor
Department: Theatre And Dance
Office: 186 Alumni Arena
Phone: 716.645.0574