Month: April 2016

Rats in the City – Story Board

I will convey the knowledge that I’ve collected during the past weeks in a video form. In order to give the video the feeling of a science documentary film, I will use a deep voice man with an American accent to do the voice over. The storyline is divided into 4 main parts: Introducing the ecosystem called NYC. Who

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Sticky Glass Balls – Final Project Proposel

In this project, the bubbles will not only appear on one’s face, but will cover their whole body gradually. In order to do that instead of using a webcam, I will use a Kinect. The first step is to connect the Kinect and to define the range that will distinguish between a person and the

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Trat – bluetooth and sound

After almost everything got erased, I fortunately, found a backup of the animation I have saved and had to recreate all the other things such as the videos the Max patch and the Arduino code. That experience thought me a big lesson to always backup my stuff, but also that it take less time to do something

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Can rats be beneficial to the ecosystem of New York City?

In last week’s meeting with Dr. Martin Blaser, we were asked to use the scientific method of approaching a research question in order to convey our ideas clearly. Question – the title of the project. Method – what is the approach – art (a video that brings deferent suggestions). Results – has something happened have

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Trat (Trash-Rat): Update

  This week started with buying the perfect huge trash can from Brooklin and caring it all the way to ITP.   Animation and Projection: I projected the animation on the trash can and white wall. My main problem was that I got a white square that showed the projection’s frame. That lead me to

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rats

The first time I saw rats, after a long time I couldn’t find even one, I run into around 20 rats. I was so exited that I took out my phone and started filming them. Unfortunately, one of them was way to excited and tried to hide under a parking car that on the exact

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