More office hours w/ faculty:
- 2020-02-11 » meet w/ Sarah Rothberg re: Luna Cycle
- 2020-02-11 » meet w/ Stefani Bardin re: Luna Cycle
- 2020-02-13 » meet w/ Mimi Yin re: Luna Cycle
- 2020-02-13 » meet w/ Tom Igoe re: Luna Cycle
Mimi in particular continues to ask difficult questions about narrative structure and in what way it’s related to / navigable by tangible interface. Her questions are surgical in their precision.
Tom and Mimi both seemed to think a turntable as a shared interface is a promising route.
Tom even went so far as to suggest a turntable is elegant in its simplicity of interaction but I’m not sure it’s enough. I think each user may need their own secondary controller. A kind of ‘multiplier’ for lack of a better word, a way to modify speed and direction through the loop.
My mother cut film for many years. As a toddler I entertained myself stacking yellow 35mm film cores on the cutting room floor while she worked on a Steenbeck flatbed.
Steenbecks have a lovely interface for changing the speed and the direction film travels through the transport. I’ve seen it variously referred to as a ‘speed switcher’, a ‘paddle switch’, and a ‘hand controller’. This may be the route I end up taking.