[homemade wk2] ATtiny85 Application

This week, we learned about ATtiny85, created a jig (to upload code from an Arduino) on a perfboard, and made a sensor-LED application. ATtiny85 is an 8-bit AVR microcontroller that comes with 8-pin interface. It can use Arduino code and can operate on minimum power (3V-5V). For my application, I decided to do a capacitive … [read more]

[catn wk1] Sketch #1: System for Story Generation

For our first assignment (create a system for generating stories), I made an analog game on paper. My first instinct was a map-based, adventure type narrative, out of love for road-trip movies and fantasy adventure media, but after reading “The Myth of ‘Universal’ Narrative Models”, I understood how a lot of the adventure genre do … [read more]

[digi-fab final] The making of a NIME performance

Passing through, Passing through: A physical installation site, a yearning for voices from the past, a study of structure and elasticness, a dance with light and sound. Initial design proposal here Playing with materiality of constraint and release, I started this project intended to create a choreography inside of a wooden frame with multiple strips … [read more]

[Intangible Final] Vessel #615

With @Anh Le Vessel #615 is an interactive installation that uses an abstract system to confront sick bodies being gazed at and examined.  This project came into shape when I found a collection of old medical reports  – my body, a body deemed 19 year-old and female, was displayed, examined, broken down into categories, and … [read more]

[Conn-Dev Final] DDRPi: A DDR game with lights and sound (Raspberry Pi + MQTT + TouchDesigner)

Dance Dance R-Pi with @Nick Boss Demo of Shin dance-testing our rough prototype. Last week, Nick and I figured out how to use DMX lights over USB connection with QLC+. We finally agreed on using TouchDesigner (for general game flow, kinect input, and light output) and a Raspberry Pi Zero W (for button interface and … [read more]