Archive for December, 2009

I Say Fever

Wednesday, December 30th, 2009

Augmented Reality (AR) in Marketing

Saturday, December 26th, 2009

http://mashable.com/2009/12/26/augmented-reality-marketing/

NIME: tek(s)neSonic performance at Southpaw

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

ITP Winter Show 2009 on Adafruit & Endgagdet

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

ITP winter show 2009 from adafruit industries on Vimeo.

http://www.engadget.com/2009/12/23/highlights-from-nyus-itp-winter-show-2009

http://www.adafruit.com/blog/2009/12/22/itp-winter-show-2009-our-favorites/

ITP Winter Show 2009 After Party!!!

Monday, December 21st, 2009

ITP Winter Show Afterparty @ Santos, Dec 21st 2009 from Winslow Porter on Vimeo.

ITP Winter Show 2009

Sunday, December 20th, 2009

RapidFTR.com

Thursday, December 17th, 2009

Our Design for UNICEF project now has an official website:
http://www.rapidftr.com
http://www.rapidftr.org

tek(s)neSonic

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

Second video of tek(s)neSonic interaction from a distance with a dark room, using lights to interact with the letters onscreen.

tek(s)neSonic2 from teknevision on Vimeo.

First video documentation of tek(s)neSonic interaction.

tek(s)neSonic from teknevision on Vimeo.

NIME Performances at Southpaw – Tuesday, 12/15

Sunday, December 13th, 2009

Getting ready for this!

Tuesday, 12/15

FOR MORE INFO:
http://itp.nyu.edu/nime/show/

NIME: New Interfaces for Musical Expression
Creating new performance tools for digital music.

In the eighth annual NIME concert, performers will play a series of newly designed electronic instruments that aim to keep the “live” in the live performance of digital music.

Electronic music is usually played with a keyboard and mouse. Laptop musicians often sit at a desk and give performances that feel like watching someone work in their cubicle. The idea behind NIME is to go beyond the mouse and keyboard and beyond even piano keys and drum pads. It seeks to present performance systems that make the most out of the new opportunities for musical expression that digital technology offers.

This year’s NIME concert will feature such innovations as a musically enhanced sewing machine, sonified floor tiles, performative knitting needles, turntablism for live instrumentalists, electronically controlled cartoon antics, novel realizations of the rock guitar, and a host of other exciting approaches to the creation of music.

NIME is an end-of-semester performance by 16 graduate student artists from the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU. It will be presented by the instructors Greg Shakar and Hans-Christoph Steiner. The performers are Drew Burrows, Karla Calderon, Jayoung Chung, Lara Grant, Ted Hayes , Lee-Sean Huang, Ari Joseph, Michelle Mayer, Ariel Nevarez, Winslow Porter, Anthony Ptak, Paul Rothman, Jason Safir, Milena Selkirk, and Carolina Vallejo.
18+ w/ ID
admission: $7 (free for NYU ID holders)
door time: 7PM DOORS / 8 PM SHOW

Other posts about NIME:
Networked Music Review


Arduino site

Gary’s Guide NYC

Design for UNICEF Presentation

Sunday, December 6th, 2009

This is a UNICEF post about our class presentations at the UNICEF headquarters this past Thursday, Dec. 3. My group (w/ Jorge Just, Mustafa Bağdatlı,
Dharmarajan Ayakkad & Rune Skjoldborg Madsen) presented Rapid FTR: (Rapid Family Tracing and Reunification (or Reunion).

UNICEF Image

UNICEF

‘Design for UNICEF’ harnesses innovative thinking from graduate students at New York University

NEW YORK, USA, 4 December 2009 – ‘Design for UNICEF’ is an interdisciplinary design programme where graduate students examine some of the challenges UNICEF faces and work in groups to research and prototype solutions. The graduate class is taught by Professor Clay Shirky and is a collaboration between UNICEF and the Interactive Telecommunication Programme at the Tisch School of the Arts in New York City.

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