Month: February 2016

Visual Illusions – Midterm Proposel

Last week we had a field trip to NY Hall of Science in which I even surprised myself. I felt like a little curious child again and for one hour I forgot most of the semester’s overload. I was inspired by the Mirror box that was as part of the illusion exhibition in the museum.

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Imported from Israel: Work In Progress

I choose Lady, my beloved childhood dog as my portrait subject. I remember the day when my parents and I went to the shelter for my 9th birthday, it was love at first site. She used to follow everywhere I go, but when my childhood got farther away so I got apart from her. Moving to

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Rattymade, a Sound Tail

Rattymade is designed to give the user the rat’s eye view on a day-in-the-life of a street rat in New York City. Much like one can pick up a seashell and hear the ocean, by placing a rat skull to their ear user’s can listen to a whimsical audial journey, from the calmness of the outside,

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Concept Mapping – CSO + Rats

The mapping we did last week with Vinyata’s comments in black. The map we did this week in class   From this prosses I got to the most interesting question for me — Can rats be beneficial?

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PROJECT PROPOSAL

A great animation I came across when I asked myself what are the possible solutions to CSO. This week I started to contact with some of my experts, mainly I have written emails that are ready to be send. Thinking about the necessity in relations of “give and take” with my exports made it very difficult

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Triangular Spiral

This week I used color shapes and different attributes, to create rich gradations. Creating this sketch, I was inspired by African geometric patterns.   I was struggling a lot with finding how to create the “triangular-spiral”. I spent hours on calculating what seemed simple at first sight.   The following images demonstrate the different stages of the code. I

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Audio Rat

A collaboration with  Angela Perrone. If you ever look behind and don’t like what you find There’s something you should know, you’ve got a place to go. “Ben” – Michael Jackson New York. City that never sleeps. City of aspirations. City of possibility. City known as one of the top ten in the world for rat

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Computational Portraiture: Final Project Proposal

BRIEF Create a computational portrait. CONSTRAINT The portrait must portray a person, in an environment conveying something about them that is not visible to the eye. It must be of a person who is not an ITP or NYU student (the person can also be an animal). INSPIRATION Consider integrating one or many of these

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NYC Underground Wildlife – CSO

During this week, the NY underground world occupied my mind. I found myself doing works in other classes that are related to my subject. On Friday, I went to the Bobst Library where I met the multidisciplinary librarian Nicole. She exposed me to their guides list and to the branched library data system. To my

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Pixel – Chocolate

What is an image? Our brain is amazing, 2D images do not really exist. this image looks abstract at first but   If you still don’t now there is a small replica of the image above. When I’ll tell you the image will fixate in your brain and this is all you see. You wont

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