Harvard University, Graduate School of Design
GSD 6338: Introduction to Computational Design, Fall 2021
Instructor: Jose Luis Garcia del Castillo Lopez
Collaborators: Vishal Vaidhyanathan, Joseph Wu
Can we create - by just merely thinking about creating? 
As a twist on the common design dictum ‘thinking-through-making’, NeuroCreate puts forth the provocation ‘making-through-thinking’. NeuroCreate is a 3D modeling application that is entirely controlled by the user’s focus levels. This project seeks to reevaluate current modes of human-machine interaction while proposing new ways of making.
By utilizing thinking as a mode of creation, NeuroCreate aims to provide accessibility in design-making on two fronts. Firstly, the tool could be adopted by both design novices and experts alike, bridging the technological barrier that comes with software learning. Secondly, the application seeks to provide tools of creation that do not require the use of limbs, making the conversation of design inclusive to those with physical disabilities as well.
Besides questioning notions of accessibility in the design tools we use, NeuroCreate additionally aims to be a tool that could build attention spans. The height and width of the voxels expanding in the X, Y, Z direction correlates to the degree of focus the users employ while building their model. 
functionalities in NeuroCreate
workflow/ methodology
spawn generator in voxel modeler