I am a re­se­arch asso­ci­ate at the Cluster of Excellence Image Knowledge Gestaltung. An Interdisciplinary Laboratory of Hum­boldt Uni­ver­sity Ber­lin. I have an aca­de­mic back­ground in Media Studies and Science and Technology Studies with a fo­cus on me­dia theo­ry, image theo­ry and po­liti­cal theo­ry. My cur­rent re­se­arch in­clu­des pro­jects about aug­men­ted rea­lity, com­pu­ter si­mu­la­tion, so­cial me­dia, re­mote war­fare, lo­ca­tive me­dia and peer-to-peer eco­nomy.


“Look to Kill.” On the Precarious Relationship between Transparency and Opacity in Helmet Displays

My pa­per “Look to Kill. On the Precarious Relationship bet­ween Transparency and Opacity in Helmet Displays“ has been pu­blished in „+ul­tra. know­ledge & ge­stal­tung“ edi­ted by Nikola Doll, Horst Bredekamp and Wolfgang Schäffner (pu­blisher E. A. Seemann).The pa­per in­ves­ti­ga­tes the vi­su­al prac­tice of air force pi­lots using trans­pa­rent head-mounted dis­plays ba­sed on a case stu­dy of the „Striker Helmet“ of the Eurofighter Typhoon con­duc­ted at the German Air Force in 2015. It is the trans­la­ti­on of the German text „Der Blick als Waffe. Zum pre­kä­ren Verhältnis von Transparenz und Opazität bei Helmdisplays“ that ap­peared in 2016. (image re­fe­rence)

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