Some projects are sensitive, some have copyright restrictions, others are not suitable for the web. Perhaps this is why there is little listed here from Lida Theodorou
Lida studied Applied mathematics in the University of Crete, in Greece. In 2012 she qualified with an MSc in Adaptive Architecture and Computation from the Bartlett School of Graduate studies, University College London. Following this, she worked in a small design company in London participating in the construction of an interactive installation and also cooperated with an architectural office in Greece, in the design of a parametric shelter for an architectural competition in Cyprus. Her research interests vary from interactive environments, to time-based applications of technology for performance and installation, and from adaptive structures to biomimicry in design and architecture. She is currently a PhD researcher in Media Arts Technology at Queen Mary University of London. Lida’s current research area focuses on motion capture methods and more particularly on kinetic interactive systems that can change their shape based on the movements of the human body.