Revised Project Description – Musical Finger/Glove
We have revised our original project, (the emotion-detecting GSR sensor display project). We now propose to create a tone “finger/ glove, possibly even a truly musical “finger”/glove.
[In a brief test, we implemented a flex sensor on an Arduino board, in a recreation of the tone lab, and got it functioning and producing Arduino basic tone. However, we did not use it to modulate pitch, only on/off states and have not attached it to a finger or a glove yet.] Continue reading
You don’t get silence in New York a lot. So when you find it, it is precious. Silence, they say is golden, and imagine finding that silence in a bar in New York. After a long day, you walk in and there you are in a room full of silence: no music, no loud voices or people or plates and no noise. You walk in, hear the silence and smile. Continue reading
As a part of Venture Lab assignment , we were asked to get to know some other participants in the course. Tarana and I teamed up and came up with venn diagram idea. Being of same age group, studying same program at ITP (NYU) and coming from two different but equally beautiful countries, we had a lot in common, yet we are two different individual who happen to be in New York City.
Following is the slide which tells about our likes. Continue reading
In the first serial lab, we sent data from one sensor to a personal computer. In this lab, we will send data from multiple sensors to a program on a personal computer. You’ll use the data from the sensors to create a pointing-and-selecting device (i.e. a mouse). Continue reading
Project Brief: “Emotional Display” or “Public Display of Emotion”
Project Brief: “Emotion” is the medium, but emotion as it can be interpreted through the body from physical sensors and compared against user’s report of current emotion. (These may include galvanic skin response sensors (skin moistness, heart rate sensing, and body temperature. ) This project an emotion-reporting jukebox, playing or creating a picture or video depending on physical sensors’ inputs and user’s pressing of button options reporting her current emotional state. Continue reading
Set up the Lab and Read and Send the Serial Data
The first step of the lab was to set up the board and connect the analog sensor to analog pin 0 as we had done in the analog lab. Continue reading
This lab is an introduction to generating simple tones on an Arduino. NOTE: This will work only for Arduino 0018 and beyond.
The Lab: Continue reading