ITP Show FAQ
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Here is the map for the show.http://itp.nyu.edu/~dhr4174/Spring_Show_07.pdf Small rectangles show projects locations for kiosks/pedestals. Large rectangles show locations of black tables.
Approved projects listing
Below is the list of projects that have been approved for the 2007 Spring Show. This semester we received a record setting number of submissions to the show (over 230) and we are including a record setting number of projects in the show (144) making it the largest ITP show.
If your project is included in the show, please make sure that your entry includes updated graphics and texts for the sign and that your project will be ready for the walkthrough on Tuesday May 8 at noon. Anything not working by this time will be cut. If you are not 100% sure about your project being ready for the show, please let us know ASAP so we can reallocate space and equipment to other projects. If your project is not in the list, you can still submit it to the ITP gallery venue after the show.
Space and equipment allocations for the show will be posted here shortely.
Jean-Marc and Danny.
- The Crow Vending Machine
- Spurious Memories
- Spatula Of Death
- Beverage Informatics
- Sonic Topology
- Iran Connect
- Living surfaces
- Oh, Chandelier
- Before we could remember
- Engineering Wonder
- Experimental Devices for Performance
- Tales from The Admiral
- The In(ter)ventions Festival
- Comic Exercise
- The exquisite box
- Capacitor Magazine
- Information Recast: A Flexible Map
- The Zipwire
- Stop The Infections!! Game
- d0uble t1me: a binary learning experience
- This device is for you.
- Ovü 2.0
- Ambient TV
- urban poetry
- Solar Jewelry
- Detritus I+II
- PLAY MEGAPHONE 3001
- Blue phoenix
- The Inner Fabric of New York City
- Paso Andando/ our interactive travel log
- Birthday Cake
- Sequential Storytelling: Digital Comics
- The Gender Neutralization Device
- In Praise of Practically Nothing
- FLICKER FOREVER
- Networked Byte Organ
- Haptic Feedback Machine
- 1-Bit Video
- 888- iPLATEu
- Cellular Automata FM Synthesizer
- The Language Dialer
- Solar Time
- Ignoratio Elenchi: A News Feed
- Monstar Lab
- Live Action Prototyping
- Fairy at the Night
- Anti-Smoking Jacket
- Under The Level
- Capture the Corporation
- Adaptive Videography
- Camera for K
- geodetic effect
- Sustainable ITP
- Spring Comes to ITP
- Improving Posture and Pressure for Handwriting
- Jbx Arcade 4000
- the fleeting moment glass
- future TV 2
- Walking the City
- Robot Gossip
- email lantern
- The Red Carpet
- Space Between
- Something Happened Here
- Meta Hari & the Seduction of Technology
- Tech Trek TV
- The Sunstrap
- Fabricating Information Class Show
- Physical Encryption
- Record Decay
- Better Bin
- The Floating Funhouse
- SHELLHOUSE - [ living portable ]
- Mouth Piano
- HCI: Human-Canine Interactions
- The Multi-Headed Hydra: A Generative Book
- Wireless Power Monitoring
- Rapid Prototyping Fabric Sculpture
- Ask Dubya
- Social Bomb
- Second Life Cyclorama
- Heelys Hack: Energy Shoes
- Door Secure
- Intimate Game Controllers
- Hypershelf: Linking books
- "What is politics?"
- The Intersection of Human and Insect Aesthetics
- Interactive Pinwheels
- Hypothetical Drawings About Our Children
- BINGO BANGO
- PopTop Portfolio
- You Are Being Watched
- Living Comics (Tentative)
Everything you always wanted to know (and will be expected to have read)
(Last Updated March 19 2007)
Where do I sign up?
Sign up for equipment and space requests online. Add a new project. You improve your projects chances with a complete entry for the project. If you have problems email firstname.lastname@example.org These are the most important items:
- Fields (edit project)
- Elevator Pitch
- User Scenario
- Main Image (you can click on the place holder or scroll down to "Edit Documents")
- Team Members
- Add "2007 ITP Spring Show" as a venue.
- Enter any equipment request that you might have
- Enter a space requirement, (under "equipment/space" select one or more atributes that describe your space requirement, be sure to select a size).
When do I need to sign up by?
You need to sign up through the online signup by Monday, April 16 at 9 AM. Signup will open on March 26, and you can modify your space, equipment, and project description any time in between those dates. The equipment and space is not allotted on a first come, first served basis, so there is no need to rush to sign up the first day. Get your details straight first.
- Monday March 26 Start entering projects.
- Monday April 16 Deadline for entering projects.
- Monday April 23 Final list of projects in the show, and locations, announced.
- Sunday May 6 Floor taken apart for show.
- Monday May 7 9:00 AM equipment distributed, projects set up.
- Tuesday May 8 noon, walkthrough. Anything not working by this time will be cut.
- Show dates: Tuesday May 8 5:00 - 9:00 , Wednesday May 9 5:00 - :9:00
- Cleanup: Wednesday May 9 :9:00 - midnight. All participants in the show are required to stay until the end of cleanup.
Who are the faculty producers of the show?
How are projects selected for the show?
Space and equipment will be in short supply and it will not be possible to take all comers. So projects are judged by the following criteria:
- Project is from a class in the current semester.
- How well will the project show in this venue. Not too big (space), not too long (time), not too much equipment.
- How far along is the project, is it likely to be finished?
- Projects from foundation classes usually do not get in, but are considered at the last minute if space is available.
I'm in a group project; who should sign up?
Your group should choose one person to be the primary person responsible for the show. That person will be the person who should answer all equipment and space questions, who signs up in the online signup, and who stays with the project all through the show.
How many projects can I have in the show?
Each student can have one individual project and one group project in the show.
- Start with the technical staff (Nancy and Rob). They can give you an idea of what's available. If you have a special need, they can let you know if it's feasible. They will also consult with the producing faculty on what equipment goes to what group.
- If you are looking for equipment other than regular checkout equipment before the show please contact: email@example.com
- Typically, the biggest space that any project can be given is about 9 ft. x 9 ft (approx. 3m x 3m). If you're planning something larger, you need to scale down.
- If you are looking for staging space before the show please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Be long on flexibility and organization and short on entitlement.
- Maintain a sense of humor. No matter what happens, it'll be alright in the end.
- Plan more time than you think you need.
- Keep contact with teachers and staff; things change quickly.
- Get proper sleep, and eat properly.
- Maintain concern for your fellow students, staff and faculty; we'll need each other's support to make the show work. The show is a privilege, not a right. Anyone exhibiting rude behavior during the show process may be removed from the show.
How many projects are there in the show?
As many as the floor can fit. Typically the floor can fit about 70 projects comfortably, 80 if we're stuffed to the gills.
I've got a project that I want to put in the stairwell/lobby/roof/mars. What do I need to do?
The building management staff, who would make that decision, frowns on us putting projects in odd places. We can ask, but your chances are slim. Blocking the stairwells is illegal, for example, and putting things in the elevator blocks traffic and introduces a security risk. If you're planning anything off the floor, talk to the producing faculty before you start, at least one month in advance.
Will there be signs for the projects?
The sign will be located next to your project. It will be made from the information you submit in the online signup, so make sure you fill it out in full. Make any final corrections by Friday April 27.
I want to include my thesis project in the show. What should I do?
Sign up like other projects. Add the venue "Spring Show 2007" to your project. Your project will be considered along with all the other projects submitted. Whether it's accepted or not will not reduce your responsibilities to your thesis class or thesis week.