1. Xound Box - Behind The Scens


    from Dofl Yun Added 927 7 0

    The Xound Box is an experimental street art performance project spreading a dose of holiday cheer throughout streets of Manhattan. It is the result of The Crowded's 'Physical Computing for Artists and Designers' workshop where a group of creatives came together in Firstborn's Tribeca offices to create 38 sound boxes using the open-source electronic prototyping platform, Arduino. Check more information at http://xoundbox.thecrowded.org CREDIT:: Director: Han Lee, Dofl Yun Organizer: Minki Park Coordinator: Emily Park, Yoon Hee Kim Artists:Ahhyung Chung, Dae Boong Kim, Dami You, Da Seul An, Hae Hyun Park, Hanna Yoon, Hayan Kim,Hyejin June Hong, Hyo Ju Hong, Hyunjin Park, Jeena Hyunjin Kim, Jeong Yun Kim, Jin Sang Yoon, Jin Young Yoo, Joung Soo Kim, JungIn Yun, Kony Oh, Kumrang Jung, Kyung A Na, Min Kyeong Lee,Saeyoon Kim, Seokmin Hong, Seongmi Park, Sin Young Kim, Sirah Yoo, Soojin Park, SunA Sim, Tae Han Lee, Yea Kyung Chung, Yong Hwa Choi, Yonghee Kim, Yoon Hee Kim, Yoon Ju Lee,Young Wook Choi Physical Computing Designer: Han Lee Physical Computing Developer: Han Lee, Dofl Yun Field Producer: Young Cheong Camera Operator: Haeni Kim, Raisa Kell, Yoon Hee Kim, Daniel Viveros Photographer: Han Lee, Tae Han Lee Editor: Haeni Kim Sound Designer & Editor: Naro Kim Post Supervisor:Dofl Yun Special Thanks To: Firstborn

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    • Cloud Computing


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      • Andy Abgottspon Graduate Talk December 2011.


        from computing@coventry Added 603 6 1

        The Department of Computing is proud to present this series of talks by our graduates and alumni. Our graduates end up scattered across the planet in some seriously cool jobs. These are their stories. Andy graduated with first class honours in Informatics in 2010 before undertaking a Masters degree in Computer Animation and Visual Effect at the National Centre for Computer Animation at Bournemouth University. Whist studying at Coventry Andy released the ‘Roll It!’ app for iPhone which went on to sell 6000 units. Andy has recently released Meteora, a mobile game which utilises a version of the gesture recognition library that he developed for his final year project at Coventry. Andy now works as a software engineer at The Foundry – The world leading innovator of visual effects and image processing technologies for the motion picture industry. Read about Andy on www.aaweb.ch

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        • Heritage Orchestra + Beardyman/De La Warr Pavilion/Bexhill on Sea/15.11.2009/Part 2


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          Source photos by Sam Collins. Thanks Sam!

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          • Tangible Music Interface


            from Jonas Brönmark Added 726 6 2

            Project in ubiquitous computing at Umeå University, autumn 09. A tangible user interface that uses a web-cam as input source. Blue post-its are used to activate sounds. The result is real time beat creation. Created by : Boel Rödin Jonas Brönmark Jonny Strömberg Andreas Jakobsson

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            • Mediated Reality & Wearable Computers


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              Professor Steve Mann of the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering is recognized as the "Father of Wearable Computing." Using eye glasses that project computer generated content, Professor Mann is able to mediate his reality.

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              • The Public School presents the Sea and the Cloud, Part 2


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                For the second Engagement Party Art Talk, MOCA has invited The Public School to present two discussions about isolation, monitoring and habitability against a backdrop of dissolving social institutions, familial structures, employment, and more. James Merle Thomas will present Tektite Revisited—his research into NASA’s short-lived program—covering aquanauts, anechoic chambers, and the problems of modern living. Benjamin Bratton will speak about the “cloud” and planetary scale computation, with its effects on territory, law, and place. A discussion moderated by Sean Dockray will follow. James Merle Thomas is a current Guggenheim Fellow at the National Air and Space Museum and Benjamin Bratton is the Director of UC San Diego’s Center for Design and Geopolitics; both have been instructors for The Public School. Sean Dockray is the co-founder of The Public School, Los Angeles.

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                • JONATHAN HARRIS - LECTURE


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                  Everyday Wonders As an introduction to his Fabrica workshop "Everyday Wonders", Jonathan Harris lectures about his working process and shows a selection of previous projects that generally reimagine how humans relate to technology and to each other. Combining elements of computer science, anthropology, visual art and storytelling, his projects range from building the world’s largest time capsule (with Yahoo!) to documenting an Alaskan Eskimo whale hunt on the Arctic Ocean. He is the co-creator of We Feel Fine, which continuously measures the emotional temperature of the human world through large-scale blog analysis, and has made other projects about online dating, modern mythology, happiness, anonymity, news, and language. His latest project is Cowbird, a community of storytellers working to build a public library of human experience. http://number27.org http://wefeelfine.org http://cowbird.com

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                  • microConcert 11/11/11


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                    Troisième acte d'une épopée pour aspirateur, mixeur, épilateur, aiguiseur, sèche-cheveux, machine à coudre, radio fonctionnant et disfonctionnant, robot danseur, synthé bendé canard et grenouille. Merci à Paula pour ce filmage. www.valmace.com

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                    • Stupid Pet Trick: Arpeggiator


                      from Rune Madsen Added 592 6 2

                      A simple arpeggiator made with the Arduino micro-processor.

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