Erin and I revisited “Who’s your baby?” this week. We tried out different “random” functions that Allison provided but had a hard time understanding how most of them actually work. We found the middle square method, n=6 slightly less abstract and hence decided to apply that to our new project “Random Fruit Baby“.
After investigating the middle square method, we randomized video displays instead of 6 fruit MRI scans playing at 6 different section of the screen. We also randomized the placement of sound. Voiceovers are now randomly assigned to a compiled fruit.