Felix Kraemer is an industrial designer and researcher. He is the founder of Scientific Prototypes, a Berlin based office and prototyping lab which provides intricate design solutions, cutting edge R&D and hardware prototypes to international clients.
His practice seeks to leverage the dynamics of the natural environment using robotics, rapid prototyping and novel fabrication technologies. Felix has worked with a number of well known companies and institutions in the field of Technology Research and Interaction Design, such as MIT Media Lab, Random International, TheGreenEyl, Studio NAND and others, creating novel fabrication platforms, kinetic systems and physical prototypes.
Felix was part of Neri Oxman's Mediated Matter Group at MIT Media Lab and has worked with OXMAN to contribute to the development of the company's interdisciplinary research and design facility in New York.
Felix holds a Bachelor of Arts in Industrial Design from BURG Giebichenstein Halle as well as a Master of Media Arts and Sciences from MIT Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.
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