Daniel Goddemeyer is a researcher and designer who explores new relationships with technology through research, experiments and product concepts across a variety of mediums.
He is the founder of OFFC, a New York City based research and design practice that works with global brands, research institutions and start-ups to uncover, define and create new product applications for their emerging technologies.
To continuously inspire his work with a unique outlook, he explores - through his own research and his MFA class Urban Fictions at the School of Visual Arts - how the increasing proliferation of technology in our lives will impact and change our future everyday interactions.
His work has been exhibited internationally at the Westbound Shanghai Architecture Biennial (2015), Data in the 21st century exhibition at V2 Rotterdam (2015), Data Traces Riga (2015) and the Big Bang Data exhibition at London’s Somerset house (2016) among others.
Please Email for further information or visit the OFFC website for recent projects.