Rekindling curiosity using redefined shadows.
Humans have always faced the eternal struggle of curiosity-versus-fear. On one hand, we use curiosity to drive our scientific endeavors and creative explorations. On the other hand, many of us think that fear is more important because it lets us survive.
I am Gea Parikesit. My maxim is "to choose curiosity over fear".
I play at the nexus of physics, engineering, arts, and education, where I redefine shadows and use them to stimulate curiosity (see my playlist below). For me, a shadow is a very unique media: despite the fact that many of us still associate shadows with fear, our history of playing with shadows has already started from at least the second century BCE.
My results are featured as a Cover Article in Physics Education and a Keynote Lecture related to the International Year of Light. I obtained my PhD on Quantitative Imaging from the Delft University of Technology. For details of my technical qualifications, see my Curriculum Vitae or contact me by e-mail: geaofp[at]yahoo[dot]com.
My playlist on Stimulating Shadows, in chronological order:
My previous playlist (on Lab-on-a-Chip), in chronological order: