Felix Rasehorn is Research Assistant and practice-based PhD Candidate at the Matters of Activity Cluster of Excellence. He holds a Master's degree in Interaction Design from weißensee school of art and design. His thesis project explored the potentials of AR technologies to imagine new hybrid tools for the neurosurgical planning process.
With a background in design and prototyping of interactive experiences, he is interested in the production of knowledge through practice. In his doctoral studies, he approaches the convergences of models and prototypes in science, medicine, and design from an interaction point of view, focusing on hybrid forms of interacting with the virtual and the physical model.