1. Health Cat :: Kibble Control by Yeliz Karadayi & Alex Fischer :: Supported by FRFAF

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    This project was funded by the Frank Ratcheye Fund for Art at the Frontier. Yeliz Karadayi worked with Alex Fischer to create KibbleControl, an intelligent automated pet feeder. This bowl is different than any other out there. Yes, there exists bowls of all kinds with features that Kibble Control has, but none of them have all of the features packaged neatly into one bowl. The owner can control when the cat eats and how much each individual cat can eat at a time. Using RFID, Kibble Control can monitor multiple cats' feeding habbits and alert the owner of what cat eats and when. The monitoring of their eating habits will also let the owner know if one cat is bullying another. They are currently working on a business model for an entrepreneurship class, just to learn more about how to realistically visualize a product in the market. http://yelizk.com/projects/healthcat.html

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    • All About That Waste!

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      • Habib University - One Year On

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        Habib University, Pakistan's first dedicated liberal arts and sciences university, commenced classes in August 2014. In this video, university leaders share their vision for the institution that seeks to change the redefine higher education in the region.

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        • BCA 440 - News Documentary - Spotlight on Gaming

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          • The New Artist - Axel Straschnoy

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            The New Artist is a collaborative research project directed by STUDIO Fellow Axel Straschnoy, in collaboration with researchers and engineers from the CMU Robotics Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. The objective of this project is to create “purely robotic” art: namely, art done by robots, for robots. In “The New Artist”, there are two mutually interacting robots. One is a “performer”, which engages in a kind of hopping dance; the other is an “observer”, which responsively watches the performer. The observer uses artificial intelligence software to “judge” the aesthetics of the performer’s dance, while the performer attempts to ingratiate itself with its audience-robot by carefully monitoring the observer’s attitude and posture. Born in Buenos Aires, artist Axel Straschnoy studied at Kuvataideakatemia, Helsinki and Universidad de Buenos Aires. He took part in the Ricardo Rojas Cultural Center’s visual art seminar in 2005. His work has been exhibited in Galería Dabbah Torrejón, Buenos Aires in 2006 (Los Proyectos Medley Taller Boceto) and in MAA-TILA, Helsinki in 2007 (Camera). He took part in the following group shows: Nefelibatas (Museo de Arte Moderna de São Paulo, 2002), Territorios Ocupados (Fundación Telefónica , 2004), Urban Pedestals (Copenhagen, 2007), Todella Siistiä (Rauma Taidemuseo, 2008). In 2005 Straschnoy was awarded the first prize in arteBA-Petrobras Visual Arts Prize and in April 2007 he was named Artist of the Month by FRAME, Finnish Fund for Art Exchange. He participated in the Le Pavillon program at Palais de Tokyo, Paris. His permanent home is in Helsinki, Finland.

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            • "Knock" DVD Extra

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              For my college cinematography class, I made a DVD extra for our short film, "Knock." I filmed, interviewed, and edited it.

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              • Damascus – Opening Animation

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                Logo and opening animation for my game design team, Damascus. Our team ended up containing a lot of artists and artists/programmers, despite the different disciplines we come from at CMU. The animation is inspired by that idea, a festive texture (we were originally going to be called something else), and my team really wanted a wolf logo. Music by John Cage

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                • An AbGen Practice

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                  Just some clips that we through together... Practice clips for the VERY FIRST SHOW WE DID!!! Hope you guys enjoy! Members Featured : Lil Ill Gil/ Omega K.O KiDD/ AlphA TouchDown No Name/ Koolhand Luke Songs: "Kool Like That" - No Name - "Cool like that - Digable Planets" (Cover/Remix) "Move It" - Lil Ill Gil "Wicked Games" - Lil Ill Gil, TouchDown "Reno" - "The Versatile" austenreno.bandcamp.com "All Night" - TouchDown - "OMG: On My Grind" "Insane" - TouchDown & K.O KiDD - "OMG: On My Grind" kierretouchdowngilmore.bandcamp.com "By Myself" - K.O KiDD - "Parental Advisory" - kokidd.bandcamp.com Edited By: Joe Melvin-Zenon #AbGen

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                  • Protect yourself. Wear a Helmet!

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                    • Computational Lenticular Prints // Interactive Art & Computational Design

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                      Computational Lenticular Gifpop! Animations Produced by the students of Prof. Golan Levin's course, "Interactive Art & Computational Design" (CMU, Spring 2015) All of the lenticular prints shown here were generated computationally, from the students' custom code. Most of the graphics were created using Processing (Java), P5.js (javaScript) or openFrameworks (C++), and rendered as lenticular prints by the terrific Gifpop! service: http://gifpop.io. For more information, please see: • The assignment prompt: http://bit.ly/gifpop-assignment • The students' results: http://bit.ly/student-gifpops Sincere thanks to Gifpop! for their support of this class project. Music: Los Juanitos, "En Croisiere" (edited for time; CC-BY-2.0). Interactive mount designed by Dan Russo.

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