A modern Pop art rendition of andy warhol's coca-cola
Trying to represent ferns with visual techniques
Create compositions based on dots and lines
Practicing the basics of photographic composition
I looked at the portraits in Walker Evans book Let Us Now Praise Famous Men. After looking at his work, I tried to replicate some of the techniques I identified.
My thoughts and reflections after spending some time with Edmond Aman-Jean's The Mirror in the Vase, and Stuart Davis's Composition Concrete.
My experience sitting in the number garden at night
Our group project on the reading Sea of Stories. This allows users to create their own stories by dipping their cup into the sea.
My powerpoint on Dear Esther and a few of my thoughts while playing.
To compare the results of three different compositions based on the constraints that we placed on them.
Collecting daily movement data to gain insight and understanding on the users posture, motion, and activities.
Upon observation of a very busy central crosswalk, we noticed that too many people jaywalk in potentially dangerous situations. We would like to draw attention to their actions, because they often cross the street without paying attention to their surrounding and what their feet are actually doing. The way we will address this is by placing motion and weight sensors in the crosswalk that will sense the weight distribution of a person walking against the traffic (as opposed to the weight distribution of a car). If a person jaywalks, a loud beeping noise from the ground and a small vibration from under their footsteps will draw their attention to their feet and make them rethink jaywalking and keep them safe (compare this to a similar situation that we often find ourselves in - when you are in a car and have yet to buckle your seatbelt, a loud and obnoxious beeping noise will remind you to do so, and will not stop until you buckle your seatbelt).