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An artist and educator based in New York City, Chao Hui Tu (b.1992, Taiwan) creates interactive installations and mixed-reality experiences as her approach to understanding the dynamics of human and machine systems. Her work often fosters collective engagement, facilitating discussions on social wellness in the context of rapid technological advancement. She has presented at the ZKM Center for Art and Media in Karlsruhe, Driving the Human Art Festival in Berlin, Liberty Science Center, and NYC Media Lab.


Since 2017, Chao has been a faculty member at Parsons Design & Technology program. Her courses equip students with an approach to art and design projects that incorporate narrative, computation, and interactivity while considering cultural and socioeconomic impact. She integrates her teaching and curriculum design with her practice, creating activities and environments where students learn skills and develop a sense of trust and mutual care within the community. 


  • Adjunct Faculty Parsons School of Design  Aug 2017 - Present

  • Freelance Designer Chao.Tech   June 2017 - Present

  • AR Designer A&E Networks & NYC MediaLab  Jan 2019 - Nov 2019

  • Visual & Product Designer Teknikio  Jun 2018 - Sept 2019

  • Interaction Designer Nine Cases: Colonels Row  May 2018 - Jul 2018

  • Visiting Assistant Professor Pratt Institute  Jan 2018 - Jul 2019

Hard Skills


  • Prototyping and User Testing
    Augment Reality Experience, UX/UI for Web and Mobile App, Interactive Installation 

  • UX UI Design
    EdTech Product, Website and Mobile App

  • Visual Communication
    Digital and Print Marketing Collateral, Illustration, and Packaging 

  • Digital Prototyping
    Sketch, Invision

  • Creative Coding
    IOS ARkit, Arduino, Processing

  • Maker
    Arduino, Laser Cutting, 3D Printing

  • Adobe Creative Suite
    Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Premiere, After Effects 


  • Parsons School of Design MFA Design & Technology  Sep 2015 - May 2017

  • Chung Yuan University BFA Communications Design  Sep 2012 - Jun 2015

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