In our ever increasing media(ted) world, the robustness of digital communication networked environment is transforming how we relate to our environment. With the rise of the Internet of Things (IOTs) and other ubiquitous mobile communication devices connecting our bodies to our environments, our spaces are requiring a recalibration of the ‘well tempered environment’. As technological devices are becoming seamlessly fused with our everyday lifestyles, habits and spaces, articulating experience is one of the most important topics to discuss in human-centered approach to design. This paper presents the initial methods for a data-driven process to enhance human experience as the central motivation. Combining knowledge from neuroscience and experimenting with embodied medias such as Virtual and Augmented Reality (+ MR), the inquiries into the human dimension is explored in novel ways. The aim is to show how data-driven experiments could be used to assist designers find better performative solutions and that new collaborations between scientist and designers are on the rise as data moves fluidly between bodies and spaces like air in our 21st century.