Internationally renowned body architect Lucy McRae performed a series of lectures at Kent State University in February of 2014. There was a workshop where students were able to spend a day with Lucy working, designing, and creating projects. The final goal of each project was to create an imaginary product for years in the future. Materials were to be sourced from Kent State facilities. (SPECTRUM is made of toilet paper and tinfoil.) 

SPECTRUM is an imaginary neck piece that the wearer would use to access a full range of sound frequency and full visual range of color. SPECTRUM was designed by Abby Steger to break down the barriers and limitations of sound and color, illuminating the world we live in. 

For more information on Lucy McRae and her work, visit the link below.