Month: September 2015

Vibrations (last updated on October 6)

Creating patterns using sound waves was what lead me to this project. I used the following schema in order to create the circuit.   At first, Aaron helped me to build this circuit, afterwards, I recreated the circuit myself.   You are invited to see how I made the enclosure.   UPDATE (Oct 6): Adding a

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Enclosure

This week I made an enclosure to my Pcomp project. At First, I had a whole different idea. I thought of making a wooden box from scratch. However, after sketching all the faces I could not figure out how to put them all together. Looking for another solution I found an old splitter metal box.

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Rain

This week we were asked to create a sketch that includes: Reorganize “groups of variables” into objects. Break code out of setup() and draw() into functions. Use a function to draw a complex design multiple times with different arguments. Embedding a function into an object. I created each creature as a function which included the

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A written response – Wim Delvoye

In the series of works “Art Farm” Delvoyed used live pigs as his canvas. He based a pig’s farm in china in which he tattooed them. Delvoyed exhibited live pigs, dried skins of pigs and later on he extended this medium by exhibiting stuffed pigs. The tattoos were also expended from the domain of bikers

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Laser Segmentation

The laser cutter only allows to do 2D cuts, thus I was interested in using this limitation and find a way to create a 3D model. I used a technique that does the opposite – translating from 3D into 2D, and reconstructed the image back to 3D. I used an MRI mapping which creates a segmentation of

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Lab: digital and analog input / output

Doing the labs brought up some questions. For example, even though the code and the analog circuit with the potentiometer seemed fine, the Arduino read weird numbers. After restarting the Arduino I have received the values I was expecting.                 Questions: I would like to understand more the “delay”

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Observation

Every time I see my reflection when I am most unprepared I have this awkward moment of self observation. It takes me a moment to realize that the person I’m observing on the security camera is actually me. And so I wore my detective jacket and went to survey in the market shop on Saint

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The Pulse

This week we were paired – Olivia and I. We were asked to make a rollover, button, or slider and to create an algorithmic design with simple parameters. It was very exciting and interesting to see other’s work in progress and the way of thinking, instead of just have a glance on the “final product”. The collaboration with

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