Jacqueline Wu is a designer and researcher working at the interface between digital technologies and the physical world. She is part of the Research Fellow’s cohort placed at Google X under the direction of Hans Peter Brondmo. Her current practice is embedded in speculative design and explores unconventional methods of data collection, digital fabrication, and processes of transition and translation between modes of existence. Prior to earning her MFA in Design and Technology at Parsons/The New School, Wu studied architecture at UC Berkeley and practiced professionally within civic and transportation sectors. She was a former fellow at NYC Media Lab and is an alumnus of Gray Area Art & Technology in San Francisco.