Moritz Kemper is interaction designer working in the fields of physical and tangible interaction and investigating how our everyday life is affected by technology. He is holding a Bachelor's degree in Industrial Design as well as a Master in Interaction Design. Since 2011 he is assistant at the Interaction Design Department of the Zurich University of the Arts, where he is teaching courses in physical computing, computer vision and related topics. Furthermore he is the head of the Physical Computing Lab at ZHdK. His research interests include embodied interaction, ubiquitous computing  and DIY technologies.