Project by Michelle P Boisson, Kaitlin Till-Landry and Tak Cheung with tremendous help from Mark Breneman. (currently this is how we’ve resolved our viewing apparatus for now.) Our final group project for this class was to design something for the residential building at the corner of Columbus Circle, 240 Central Park South. We had unprecedented [...]
Project with Ali Sajjadi, Sae-wook Huh and Engin Ayaz. We were asked to gather ethnographic data. So we choose the ITP House where several of our classmates lives. The assignment called for us to be in character to a scenario. We approached the space and project as an arts collective, looking to transform the residential [...]
Exercise with Manuela D’Awesome and Michelle Boisson. Building Wireless Sensor Network Ch 5.
We went as a group to interview 3 residents of 240 Central Park South. This is the building where we’ll be doing our final project and we were there to gather some insight of possible projects. The 3 tenants married couple in mid-fifties (Lynn and Ralph) and one single woman also in her mid-fifties (Gabby). [...]
Working with xBee, configuration. in Building Wireless Sensitive Networks, ch 1-3. Pg 37. Using X-CTU in PC, set the xBee’s Pan id. Also set which is Collector or Receiver. Pg 51. Using CoolTerms, to set receiver/communicator’s destination. ATID -> PAN ID, should be 4 digits, ie 2105 ATDH -> destination, ie 0013A200 ATDL -> destination, [...]
Project with Phil Groman, Monica Bate and Manuela D’awesome. Our first assignment we’re asked to go out and observe, record what we find and trade with a different group and compare results. We choose the courtyard of the Brooklyn Museum and Grand Army Plaza. Brooklyn Museum Grand Army Plaza at Prospect Park. Overall we found [...]