Jeffrey FeddersenAdjunct, Alumni, Class of 2002
|Courses Taught:||Frameworks for Interactive Sound|
Introduction to Physical Computing
Trained in computer science and music, Jeff works at the intersection of creativity and technology with both hardware and software. His innovative tech has been used by groups ranging from the Hayden Planetarium and the Connecticut Science Center to Sony and HBO to create award-winning public interactive experiences. He teaches sustainable energy, sound, and physical computing at NYU's graduate Interactive Telecommunications Program, where he was a Resident Researcher, and he has helped places like Brooklyn's groundbreaking Habana Outpost implement innovative energy technologies. His novel musical instruments and kinetic sound sculptures have been performed on and exhibited internationally, and he is the co-inventor of an electronic wind instrument based on the Japanese shakuhachi (US patent #7723605).