News and Process of creation

Event on August 16, 2017 from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM
We are thrilled and looking flow-ward to present SEAing Breath during Blue Mind Life: The Seven Ages of Water by “Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, author of New York Times bestseller “Blue Mind,” who reveals this neuropsychological connection between water and people.”
At Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science
1101 Biscayne Blvd
Miami, FL 33132

Sea you there!

July 21:
Our Facebook page is up! Embodied learning in the virtual…

July 21:
Miami-Dade County website with a new event for SEAing Breath at Frost Science Museum on August 16. Stay tuned!

July 18:
New dates confirmed!
Pérez Art Museum Miami:
Thursday, September 7: 11am-2pm during MADE at PAMM
Thursday, September 7: 5-9pm during PAMM Community Night
Saturday, September 9: 10am-1pm during Art + Hack + Data Symposium
Saturday, September 9 1-4pm during Second Saturday

Vizcaya Museum and Gardens:
Tuesday, July 19 for the event A century of sea level rise

June 26 New trailer out!


June 19 Until June 30 at Miami Center for Architecture & Design for free. Mon – Fri 10am-5pm at 100 NE 1st Ave, Miami, FL 33132Poster_Miami CAD.jpg



June 7 Fun and free first experience of your breath in VR at HistoryMiami Museum this Sat, June 10, from 10 AM to 4 PM. Free Family Fun Day: Stormy Seasons Saturday Where: 101 West Flagler Street Miami, FL 33130

And the next week at Zoo Miami: June 11 to 18 near the Whale sculpture Where: 12400 SW 152nd St, Miami, FL 33177

June 7 Following on Instagram @seaingbreath !

June 7 New Interviews with locals, marine experts and scientists on SEAing Breath YouTube channel.

Watch University of Miami scientist Galen Treuer explain Sea Level Rise and recent highschool graduate Delaney Reynolds inspiring talk about addressing the General Assembly and influencing local and global politics!


June 6 New updates for underwater scene

June 2 New underwater scenes


May 16 Simple set up for VR installation will include mobile VR headset (grey), swim belt with breath sensing (orange/yellow), and seashell (with speaker).



May 12 Demo of swim belt breath sensor. The sensor is connected to the swim belt and detecting depth of breaths. The visualization program shows breathing patterns as colors and graphs. The breathing sensor will be integrated in the VR experience soon.



May 5 New progress on non-invasive sensing of breathing patterns. Working now on combining with easy set up (swim belt) and VR program: 


May 3 Tests of breath biofeedback. The interaction with a ‘crab’ is programmed using the Unity game development platform:  

April 26 Tests for breath sensor interaction in ‘Miami Beach.’ Soap bubbles are expanding with deeper breaths. For final program water levels will be in-sync with breath, too:

April 26 Screenshots of virtual reality ‘Miami Beach’ and underwater environment, created using Unity:

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April 26 First experiments with an air flow sensor and the My Signals e-health platform. The first draft for a mobile Virtual Reality headset included the air flow as breath sensor here. It is intended to be integrated in a wearable mask to see and breath:



April 25 Sketches of ‘Miami Beach’ in virtual reality:

April 25 Sketches for ‘virtual ‘corals’ using a 3D drawing program:

April 25 Sketches for ‘virtual ‘corals’ using a 3D drawing program:

Breathing sensor integration into the Unity visualization program:

April 25 Sketches of the Miami skyline using a virtual reality drawing program:

April 25, 2017 A few drawings and storyboards for the virtual reality experience. A beach environment, an underwater experience, seashell and an interaction with a crab to lower sea levels: