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06
Dec

Final: Project and Process

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FINAL CONCEPT: We designed a balance-board style game controller. The player uses the controller by standing on it and shifting […]

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05
Nov

PCOMP Final Project Proposal version 1

· · · · | Physical Computing

I am considering working with Nilomee and Ishaan for this project.  We are all interested in using gestures to affect […]

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02
Nov

P COMP Final – 1st brainstorm

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    It was hard to get started thinking about the (dundundun) Final Project.  My mind needed a bit of […]

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02
Nov

P COMP MIDTERM: Dandi

· · · · · · · · · · · · · | Uncategorized · Physical Computing

This project went through many imaginary iterations before it landed where it ended up. In initial conversations between my collaborator, […]

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14
Oct

Serial Communication Using An Arduino and P5.js

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Understanding serial communication (or mostly understanding) has vastly improved my grasp of how computing machines communicate. This is great. Obviously […]

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13
Oct

RGB and P5JS: HUE, SATURATION, COLOR

· · · · · · · · · · · · · | Intro to Computational Media · Visual Language

I love color. I have been painting since I was quite young and one of my favorite aspects of the process is mixing […]

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03
Oct

Clap! Clap! 1 button + 1 screen

· · · · · · · · · | Intro to Computational Media · Physical Computing · General / FUN

Design Challenge: Create an experience in the browser using p5 that responds to a single interaction — the press of […]

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30
Sep

Servo Motor and Tone Output Labs

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Servo Motor: Audio Output:   Multiple Sensors

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22
Sep

Input/Output Labs and Simple Application

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Playing with Sensors: Simple Application:

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13
Sep

Electricity Labs: Components, Breadboard and Switches

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This was so much fun!! GETTING TO KNOW MY KIT: SIMPLE CIRCUIT: 1 LED I used the Arduino as a […]

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