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22
Dec

A Quick Intro to Graphic Design

· · · · · · · · · · · · · · | STEM Lessons · Design

The following lesson was presented to 12 high school students as a 10-minute intro to the basics of Graphic Design.

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16
Sep

Augmented Reality in less than 15 Lines of HTML

· · · · · · · · · · | General / FUN · Magic Windows · STEM Lessons

A quick lesson on building a browser-based AR experience using less than 15 lines of HTML.

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26
Aug

Iteration and Arrays using Built-In Methods

· · · · · · · · · · | General / FUN · STEM Lessons

In this lesson, we will use and discover built-in methods to iterate through an array. Using our new skills we […]

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26
Jul

UX Assessment: Seamless.com

· · · · · · · · · | Design · Branding

Seamless UX Assessment – Analyze current Seamless.com experience – Explain process: describe methods of research – Show results: point out […]

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07
Mar

DOMphysics

· · · · · · · · | Nature of Code

The following is a series of explorations in which I use physics and p5.js to add behavior to DOM elements. […]

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21
Feb

Forgotten but Found: Story & Objects

· · · · · · · · · · · · · · · | Collective Narratives

I started this assignment by thinking about what objects in my house having meaning to me and which have stories […]

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20
Feb

NY Times API

· · · · · · · · · | Magic Windows

For this assignment I worked with the OpenWeatherMap API and the  NYTimes API to bring live data into vuforia. I thought […]

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13
Feb

Notes On: The Poetics of Augmented Space

· · · · · · | Magic Windows · Thesis

“augmented space is the physical space overlaid with dynamically changing information. This information is likely to be in multimedia form […]

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10
Feb

Augmented Desk Accessory

· · · · · · · · · · · · | Magic Windows

I was trying to think of a simple object that I could augment with an interface – of sorts. And […]

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07
Feb

Stories In Place

· · · · · · · · · · | Thesis · Collective Narratives

These walking tours, and my thesis, have me thinking a lot about tying stories to place. How do we affectively […]

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