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Playtesting the new project in ICM went well.
I playtesting my tangible interface for non-linear narrative concept earlier this week and it was a miserable failure.
Our group from the Haptic Buffet session had a blast and it was clear for the Final Project assignment everyone was keen to further refine our cat-petting si...
For the first day of Haptics I had the pleasure of working with Antonio Guimaraes.
I studied electronic literature and hypertext fiction in college.
For this week’s assignment I wanted to try and use an example from the Introduction to Programming for the Visual Arts with p5.js course on Kadenze as a poin...
For this week’s assignment I attempted to deface the About page of my dear friend Jonah’s business. Jonah makes sausage and I just think that’s hysterical.
My sketch for this week can be found here.
First things first: the code for this week’s build borrows heavily from the Love-O-Meter project in the Arduino Projects Book and Project 7: Control a servo ...
This week’s sketch was an exercise in object-oriented programming.
For my observation I choose a wall-mounted digital photo booth designed and (presumably?) manufactured by a company called Smilebooth.
As was the case last week, this week’s sketch continues to build on my first assignment.
Full disclosure: this assignment may have been a bit of a cheat (?) in that it makes use of a switch cannibalized from a project I made during ITP Camp 2018.
The specifics of the code aside, I feel like I’m beginning to think about how best to break down intention into smaller chunks of code that can be tested inc...
I’m not sure if it’s my favorite (I’d need to give that a good think) but the tool I discovered most recently with a direct impact on quality of work-life is...
holy cow, that was brutal.
In college I studied narrative forms of hypertext.