This senior/graduate level course is a practical and conceptual exploration into electronic sensors, processors and actuators in the context of interactive media. Based on the concept of “calm technologies” (Weiser, 1995), participants will create objects that move seamlessly from the periphery to the center of our attention. The resulting electronic … [+]
Using the affordances of the Hyde Park Art Center's media facade ' such as the closely accessible high-resolution displays in a public setting, the particular spatial configuration across the catwalk in the main gallery, the projection cycle throughout the exhibition-seminar participants will develop a series of works that creatively investigate the … [+]
Interactive Installation developed for State Street Beat (Chicago Loop Alliance's State Streetscape Program). On display in Chicago's Pritzker Park from Feb. 1 - Mar. 1, 2010. Creative Direction: Studio/lab
Letâ€™s you create mobile apps using Processing, a platform to promote software literacy within the visual arts.
ke:tai is good at everything an Android device does, and the desktop doesnâ€™t. Itâ€™s a extensive library that gives you straight-forward access to sensors, cameras, and networking hardware.
This studio course is a continued introduction to the field of Information Visualization, a way of revealing visual patterns of knowledge and social behavior, using computational techniques. Per day, Google Books digitizes about 27,000 books, users upload about 150,000 movie clips to YouTube, and 65 million pictures to Flickr. The massive amount of … [+]