x.pose is a wearable data-driven sculpture that exposes a person's skin as a real-time reflection of the data that the wearer is producing. In the physical realm we can deliberately control which portions our bodies are exposed to the world by covering it with clothing. In the digital realm, we have much less control of what personal aspects we share with the services that connect us. In the digital realm we are naked and vulnerable.
ITP NYU Thesis 2014
Special thanks to: Nancy Hechinger, Ben LIght, Eric Rosenthal, Pedro Oliveira, Talya Stein, Roy Rochlin, Heidi Lee, Rashad Taylor, ITP community, Family & Friends
Music: Quantic - Time is the Enemy
Jewliebots introduce software and hardware education to teenaged girls in a way that is appealing to them. It is a set of neat jewelry and wearables that girls can program. They upload code for new behaviors for their jewelry, via bluetooth or micro usb, that they build with a graphical interface online.
The first jewlie is a 3D printed flexible bracelet, with colored lights, buttons and a motion sensor. The colors change according to the code, that can be customized through a web interface. In this way, girls can easily express themselves through how the jewel looks and reacts to movement and button presses at the same time they learn logics of programming.
A Collaborative 3D Drawing App by Adarsh Kosuru & Alon Chitayat
Director Of Photography: Roy Rochlin
Music: Garden City Movement - Move On
The App uses Processing on Android and connects multiple devices using Web-sockets.
The App was developed at the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), NYU.
Instructor : Shawn Van Every
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