For my physical computing final project I made a meditation lamp. The lamp has three buttons that play three different meditations and lights up when it is turned on. Below you may find the presentation of the making of the lamp as well as the code.
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This week we had two assignments about Typography. You can find both of them below.
Part 1. Define yourself by your choice in typography. Set your name in 6 different typefaces that you feel say something about you or the character of your name. Choose 3 serif and 3 non-serif faces. Create a set of 7 slides with a slide for each of your selections and one master slide at the end showing all the options. assignment3
Part 2. Create 3 expressive words: expressivewords
Last week in class we examined signage. Signage is one of the most basic and omnipresent example of visual design and interface design. Decisions about color, typography, composition, standards and interface all come into play in designing signage. Continue reading
Our short moive asigntment [title goes here]
Our first assignment in my Visual Communication class was to choose a design, whether it be a book cover, poster, website and analyze its adherence to the principles of design. Identify the underlying primary grid and the hierarchy of elements within the grid. Notice the negative/positive space composition. Identify the number and variation of typefaces and the variety represented within a single type family. Look at the palette and identify the color system.
For my assignment I chose The Museum of Modern Art’s (MOMA) website, a site I like very much and visit frequently. My can take a look at my analysis by clicking on MOMA. Enjoy!
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