Jessica Broscheit studied communication design and received a Master of Arts in Next Media. She is currently working as a research assistant in the lab CREATIVE SPACE FOR TECHNICAL INNOVATIONS at the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science of the Hamburg University of Applied Science. Her research focuses on the aesthetics of technology and the perception of data. Since her scholarship in China, Jessica Broscheit has been working on the perception of air. Her aim is to develop intuitive and aesthetic human-computer interactions with tangible interfaces. To achieve this, she works with sensors to visualize the data and make the invisible visible. In addition to her design research, Jessica Broscheit also develops workshops by using tangible interfaces and fiction-driven design approaches.