OnDraw( )
Augmented Reality

OnDraw() reinterprets human height, a conceptual line that we commonly share in society to compare with other human figures. This project encourages users to break down height-related biases by utilizing the space between the physical and the digital world.

When users stand in front of a screen, general height-related comments appear on the frame, such as “can I use your head as an armrest?” or “how’s the air down there?” When the users wear a cap with messages on it, such as “standing straight” and “we’re vertical,” the screen recognizes movements and draws lines according to the wearer’s trajectory. In this way, the participants can cover up the biased comments as much as they want. The lines created by their physical bodies function as a means of activism in the digital world, which break down discriminatory social prejudices.