This was my first time learning how to build electronic circuits! It was definitely confusing at first but I came to a better understanding after setting up the breadboard myself. Here are some documentation of my process:
Connecting Power Supply to Breadboard with Regulator
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Food is such an important part of my life. I am always in the hunt for new recipes and restaurants. Unfortunately, I haven’t had much time to cook or eat out (proper dinner) and hence I decided to dedicate this week’s project to my love of food.
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For this week’s assignment, I decided to go back to the screen drawing I created last time and added movements to existing elements. I began with the background by randomizing the color and turned it into a neon color sequence.
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Both Crawford and Victor brought up the importance of human’s input, process and output in any interactivity. I agree with their argument and will define interaction myself as two individuals (or one individual and an object) responding to each other.
Reading Crawford’s categorization on what non-interactive activities are such as dancing to music and watching a movie allowed me to re-think what art work I have considered as interactive.
I saw Hito Steyerl’s video installation Factory of the Sun at the Whitney Biennale last year where she utilized darkness, blue perspective grid light and large video projection on a tilted screen to create an immersive cinema.
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As I browsed through DIY flashlight ideas on the internet, I came across a chapstick LED flashlight manual. I was intrigued by the reuse of everyday object and thought I would try making a flashlight with my Burt’s Bees lip balm.
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First ever ITP post here! Transitioning from fine art into coding has been tough so far. Instead of directly applying paint I have previously mixed on a palette into the shape of a fish on a canvas, drawing in p5.js editor had similar process but in a complete different language. I created a mini aquarium because I like to collect underwater video footages. It was especially difficult to get the position and size of each bubble right. I had to test out several numbers. However, it took me the longest to get the color I want in each shape as well as the decorative grass at the bottom. I couldn’t figure out a way to repeat the triangle on its own so I had to duplicate and change the parameter one by one.
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