Walter: An Eye-Aware Kinetoscope
“Walter – An Eye-Aware Kinetoscope” was created for the class “Computational Cameras” at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program.
Walter watches your eyes as you watch a film, and every time that you blink, it edits the video.
Based on the theories of Walter Murch in “In the Blink of An Eye,” I’ve transformed the subliminal action of blinking into a method of interaction with a film. Building on the assumption that the act of blinking is an emotional or intellectual cue, this kinetoscope leverages the users’ blinks as an indication to advance…
“Base Pair” is a transmedia short created for “Collective Storytelling” and “Animals People and Those In Between” at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications program.
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“Base Pair” chronicles the story of Alice Adams, a geneticist turned cryptozoologist who is trying to bio-hack a mythological creature in her kitchen. Through Alice’s blog, podcasts, Facebook profile and a broken link that leads to personal emails and an in-progress patent application, “Base Pair” paints a portrait of a young woman who is both confidant and conflicted as she hacks together the genes…