Eszter Ozsvald is an engineer, designer originally from Budapest. She holds her Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Design Engineering and in Mechatronics. She joined Kitchen Budapest Media Lab in 2008 as a researcher. At the Estonian Center for Biorobotics, she developed a biologically inspired flexible robot fish. She obtained her Master’s Degree from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program. In the last several years she has been working in the field of design (interaction, product, game and hci), tangible interfaces and rapid prototyping (digital fabrication, hardware, software). She contributed to the development of the electronics platform Heatit and the programmable textile interface Symbioos. Currently she is working on Notch, a wearable movement capture interface.