1. A change of heart: Adinda van't Klooster


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    How the artwork 'Emotion Light' brings mind and body together. Adinda van't Klooster's art connects sound, light, body and technology.

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    • MAC vs Queens Week ONE Revised


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      Documentary Highlight of McMaster Marauders vs Queens Golden Gales. Directed by BRYAN GAUER Produced by BRYAN GAUER DEVIN BROWN CHADD WESTON Filmed by BRYAN GAUER AND DEVIN BROWN Edited by BRYAN GAUER INSPIRED ONE new media productions inspire one. inspire the world

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      • Jadi : Mazda Kabura


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        Jadi created and filmed this exciting Mazda Kabura video in world famous Malibu Canyon, CA to present to the international press at the Detroit and Los Angeles Auto Shows. "Kabura" is a Japanese term taken from "kabura-ya", an arrow that makes a howling sound when fired, and was historically used to signal the start of a battle. This "first arrow into battle" is meant to represent Mazda's pursuit of unique styling themes and technologies - such as the rotary engine. Power is supplied to Kabura concept's rear wheels from a 2.0 L version of Mazda's MZR DOHC 16-valve engine. The Kabura uses 245/35R19 Bridgestone Potenza front tires and 245/35R20 tires at the rear. While this concept has been assembled with several MX-5 chassis components, the basic dimensions fall between the MX-3 and the RX-8. As a sport compact, it will slot below the RX-8 in the Mazda lineup.

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        • Christopher and Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi: What the Bible Teaches Us About Robotics


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          Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi is a researcher and author on creativity, renowned as the architect of the idea of “flow” in creative work, and recognized as one of the world’s leading researchers on positive psychology. His son, Christopher, works at the intersection of new technologies, media, and the arts, lecturing and exhibiting world-wide. He currently directs the MIT Media Lab’s Computing Culture group, as well as the MIT Center for Future Civic Media. A featured event of the “Play makes life worth living” theme semester collaboration with support from Arts Engine, University Musical Society (UMS), and the LSA Theme Semester. This lecture took place on September 16, 2010 as part of the University of Michigan School of Art & Design's Penny W. Stamps Distinguished Speaker Series. Established with the generous support of alumna Penny W. Stamps, the Speaker Series brings respected emerging and established artists/designers from a broad spectrum of media to the School to conduct a public lecture and engage with students, faculty, and the larger University and Ann Arbor communities. Unless otherwise noted, all programs take place on Thursdays at 5:10 pm at the historic Michigan Theater, located at 603 E. Liberty Street in downtown Ann Arbor, and are free of charge and open to the public. For more information, please visit: http://art-design.umich.edu/​stamps

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          • Electrosmog - Live


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            Detunig of a Drake R-C4, part of Electrosmog Live a performance for radio waves.

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            • New Media and the Globalization of Kurdish Culture, Christian Sinclair


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              "New Media and the Globalization of Kurdish Culture" Christian Sinclair Christian Sinclair is the Assistant Director of the University of Arizona's Center for Middle Eastern Studies in Tucson, AZ. His research interests include language and identity in Arab and Kurdish regions of the Middle East. He is a PhD candidate in Kurdish Studies at the University of Exeter in the UK where he is focusing on media, language, social policy. Sinclair holds an MA in International Education and has taught Arabic and intercultural communication. He is a frequent traveler to the Middle East and spent more than 10 years living in the region. Recorded on Oct. 12, 2010 Technology, Globalization, and Culture can be taken as a course through Engineering Online Learning www.eol.iastate.edu

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              • Tempus Fugit


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                A steampunk inspired locative multi-platform narrative involving; film, instillation, performance and writings. Tempus Fugit is the story of Tem, a young man desperate to find the truth behind his fathers death. This desperation becomes an obsession, an obsession which Max, his mentor fules when he gives Tem the means to travel back in time and save his father. Project Director - Tom Watts Producer - Dan Gardner Writer - Callum James Camera - Jai Rafferty Sound design and video editing - Remi Stewart Prop Design by http://www.etsy.com/shop/WattsIndustries

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                • Scratch Cards


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                  Ellie Harrison - October 2010 Film documenting an ‘interactive’ artwork designed to be installed on a touch screen. Produced as one of the outcomes of the Digital Media Labs residency in Hull, for which ten artists were encouraged to develop creative applications for touch screen technologies. For more information please visit: digitalmedialabs.org/hull/category/hull/artists/ellie-harrison Scratch Cards was created using Processing with production assistance from Ben Dalton.

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                  • N900 Shape | Concept Video


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                    This conceptual redesign of the Nokia N900 and the business model developed around it was done as a part of a course done in collaboration with the Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad and Nokia. The concept brought in elements of user customization, choice and modularity in terms of mobile hardware and software by recreating the N900 as a modular and customizable device which the user could purchase according to his/her actual needs. The form of the phone would also be defined by the primary use the user expected out of the phone. The sensors, interface and the applications were classified based on most popular usage and 3 popular categories of users emerged; Business, Gamers and Music. The end user could visit a Nokia certified store or go online and customize and build his/her phone up from the basic version of the N900 device and the interface closest to his choices would be added to the device he *shapes*.

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                    • Just 5 More Minutes (prototype)


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                      An alarm clock wired to a mechanical hand that will give you 5 more minutes when the alarm goes off, and will continue to do so indefinitely. Conceptually the clock gains foresight to know that people who typically hit the snooze button want "5 more minutes" and instead gives you 5 more minutes everytime, rather than allow the user the choice. It defeats the point in the alarm clock in function, but also shows how the use of the snooze defeats the point in having an alarm as well, especially when used too much.

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