An increasing number of technologies orbit the human form new devices and computing capabilities that live in, on, and around the body. Designers, artists, and technologists increasingly need to consider what should live in the near bodyspace and why. When technology inhabits our most intimate spaces do we become superhuman or slaves to the machine? This is a hands-on research through prototyping course in which the class will act as a pop-up research and development team. The course also reviews the most recent trends in emerging body-centric technologies. Students with credit in DIGF-6A14 may not take this course for credit.