A collection of AR filters exploring identity issues.


Since May 2020, I have been creating AR filters using Spark AR, a platform for augmented reality experiences through Facebook and Instagram. Here is a collection of 100 days of AR filters where I explore identity issues.

Skills: Spark AR, Blender, Unity, Audition, Ableton Live, Adobe Creative Suite

To do BLM

This is created to target people to act towards the movement to defund the police in 2020. Actions speak louder than words.

George Floyd

Inspired by the incident that 75 policemen guarded in front of Derek Chauvin's place after the murder of Geroge Floyd on May 25, 2020. The brutality and the flawed system terrified me.

Face Changing

This is inspired by the Chinese ancient dramatic art from Sichuan Opera. Constant face changing reveals the emotional states of the performer.

Cry me a River

You can drown in your sorrow in the most beautiful way possible. Blink to cry and open mouth to survive. I incorporated audio in this piece.


Choose your colors of mood by moving your head. I customized several LUT and manipulated the pixelations with head rotation.

Existential Crisis

Questions I constantly ask myself: Who am I? What's the point? Why do we exist?


We have many roles in life. I am a citizen, daughter, friend, a student and many more. There are some conflicts between different roles. How should we do when dealing with conflicts among the roles?

Barbara Kruger

This filter is made to honor Barbara Kruger. Some of her messages are timely even today. Her original messages are mostly about female reproductive rights but the messages chosen in the filter can be applied to broader groups.

Drawing in the World

I experimented with color sampler, audio, particle system to let you draw in your world in a musical way. Talk to have your voice altered. Long press the screen to draw in your physical environment. The color is sampled from your background.