Eric Brockmeyer • Disney Research

Eric Brockmeyer a designer specializing in digital fabrication, tangible interaction, parametric design, and making things. He studied Physics and Art at Colby College before working for an Orthopedic device manufacturer in Indiana. After which he attended Ball State University's Master of Architecture program where he worked as a fellow at the Institute for Digital Fabrication. As a Masters of Tangible Interaction Design Student at Carnegie Mellon University he focused on interactive fabrication, interactive projections, and organic materials integrated with lighting and touch sensing technologies.

Currently, Eric works as a Lab Associate at Disney Research Pittsburgh where he helps develop various interactive projects. He teaches Digital Media in the School of Architecture at CMU. He also runs his own design company, 7Bit Design, where he does select client work and explores personal projects.


Discussion / Q&A with Elliot Woods, Mimi Son, Eric Brockmeyer, and Tom Igoe. Facilitated by Phoenix Perry.

Session: Fairy Tale Interaction

Story telling is integral to the development of interactive technologies. Our work has focused on the creation of new interactive sensors, haptic devices, and displays which parallel stories that continuously evolve based on both technological discoveries and business needs. To achieve this flexibility and vision, our interdisciplinary team of artists and scientists bring their unique perspective to each project.