Diane Whitmore often describes herself as a professional noticer. She has long relished translating current research and personal observations into physical experiences, and believes that anyone can do this work if they are patient enough. It takes curiosity and a certain appetite for failure, and requires that evidence and feedback become your guides. It could be said that Diane's exhibit-development style reflects her values: simple, scaled down, and often unplugged.
At this exhibit, an infrared camera detects the heat radiating from warm objects and projects it on a big screen, allowing you to see what’s hot (and not) about you and the other people and objects in your surroundings.