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ICM Final Project: Imperfect Sciences – Horoscopes determined by the weather.

ICM Final Project: Imperfect Sciences – Horoscopes determined by the weather.

visit the p5 sketch here for your horoscope! if you’re interested in seeing the version with code attached, it’s here I’m not really a person who believes in horoscopes. I think they’re fun but my attitude has always been that it’s silly to believe that the movement of the planets can determine my future.  Despite my skepticism Continue reading ICM Final Project: Imperfect Sciences – Horoscopes determined by the weather.

Video and Sound Final: ITP Wars!

Video and Sound Final: ITP Wars!

It’s here! Our promo video for the hit show ITP Wars is complete. And other than the fact that vimeo made this horrendous freeze frame of my stink-face the cover image, I’m really happy with the result. After last week’s review, the team got together and scheduled some time to shoot more B roll the next day. Continue reading Video and Sound Final: ITP Wars!

Physical Computing Week 3: Rainbow Dial

Physical Computing Week 3: Rainbow Dial

For last week’s project we were asked to make a switch out of some every day activity. This week’s project seemed a little more ended, asking us to either create a digital or analog input. I chose to work with analog input, but I wasn’t clear on whether the sensor needed to be something handmade Continue reading Physical Computing Week 3: Rainbow Dial

Video & Sound Week 3 – ITP Then: Sounds of the 21st Century

Video & Sound Week 3 – ITP Then: Sounds of the 21st Century

Making this sound walk took me by surprise in a lot of ways, because I think the things I expected to be labor intensive were less difficult than I anticipated, and the things I expected to be easy or smooth actually wound up being quite difficult.  In general, my group worked really well together. We Continue reading Video & Sound Week 3 – ITP Then: Sounds of the 21st Century

ICM Week 2 – Sketch Documentation

For this week’s sketch assignment, we were asked to create a sketch with one element that changed with the mouse, one element that changed over time, and one element that changed each time you ran the code. Initially, I planned on updating last week’s self portrait so that my eyes followed the mouse, my hair Continue reading ICM Week 2 – Sketch Documentation