1. Flapping Toasters is an absurdist, interactive reconsideration of the classic screensaver Flying Toasters. You embody the toaster, flapping your arms to stay aloft, clapping to release toast, and tilting to roll away from danger. We used the Kinect to track flapping, and openFrameworks to write the code.

    Created at ITP by Eric Mika and Michael Edgcumbe.

    Documentation: frontiernerds.com/flapping-toasters
    Source Code: github.com/kitschpatrol/flappingToasters
    Course blog: 3dsav.blogspot.com/

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  2. Test to write a routine to calculate the centroid and circumcenter of a triangle defined in R3. Written in Processing.

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  5. This is a flocking simulation created for a 3D Samsung Television. Left and right frames are generated in Processing, assembled, and burned onto a 3D Blu Ray.

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