Gabriella Levine’s interests in technology intersecting with art, environmentalism and never-ending creativity have fueled her building of hardware kits or robots that explore the environment and collect data, all in an effort to better interact with our surroundings. Levine mixed her physical computing talents with a passion for biological motion in hardware in collaboration with Protei on a fleet of autonomous sailboat drones built to absorb oil near oil spill sites. “My goal is to make the tools that I make reach people,” Levine says, “[and] allow them to work hands on and really find meaning in exploring the environment and communicating with other people using creative technologies.”

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