Timothy Nohe’s presentation on Interactive Environment and Experience Design was unlike any other guest speakers’. It was interesting to listen to him share his experiences in his works and installations. His experiences also made me understand that to make an installation successful, you need more than just a designer, but a team of people from different fields of expertise.
Besides the usual Read more →
Why and What I use for:
Checking email, browsing the internet, communicating with others, playing with apps and social media.
Checking email, browsing the internet, communicating with others, playing with apps and social media. Most people use it as a time killer, such as while travelling. There are others who use it as entertainment during meals.
Day 2 behavior:
Boredom, withdrawal symptoms, lack Read more →
The presentation in class by the guest lecturer was indeed insightful. In particular, his suggestion to allow two participants interact with one another to create art allowed another dimension in my thoughts for the iLight proposal.
I met with the leader of the IEM team to convey our discussions in class, so that the IEM side can understand certain aspects of Read more →
Day 1 – What did I do with my phone? The first time that I will touch my phone during the day will be to off my alarm, followed by checking for messages. This is the routine for my day. As I do not have school on Friday, I continued to browse through my social media for a while before I get out Read more →
Timothy Nohe was invited to class to share about his experience and his project on “Light City”. His project was very interesting, how it can be adaptable to different input system (music box; tablet). He showed us how a different input system allows many different types of styles to be created and how the target audience can be different too.
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Lowgren brought up about how digital technology is a material that has no qualities, designers are not restricted by anything. He also brought up a good point about how designs should be reflected on again and again to make it more thoughtful. And I would link that to why operating systems such as iOS and Android has multiple multiple updates Read more →
Day 1 (Saturday):
I have a love/hate relationship with my mobile phone.
I can’t really remember when or why I got my first phone, but for as long as I have owned one, I don’t really find myself depending on it. In fact, I used to think that I can survive a long period of time without a phone. I think this Read more →
When Timothy Nohe unveiled all his equipments, including that really cool looking television, I already had a feeling that whatever he was about to show us next would be really awesome.
I was very mesmerised by how he managed to conjure up so many beautiful visuals just by effortlessly twisting the knobs and inserting wires into different ports. I thought, “how Read more →
Timothy Nohe was the guest speaker during class for this week. He gave a presentation on his interactive work titled ‘Light City: Electron Drawing — Visual Music’.
I find it interesting that he used other methods to create an interactive installation for the festival. I think for me, it was such a unique idea. Children in the video can be seen Read more →
What do I use my mobile device for?Morning alarms (although at times it does not really help wake me up) Communication (messaging, call, etc) Camera Social media platform Bus application (SGBuses) to keep track of the arrival time Spotify
When and why do I use my mobile device?Almost everyday, from morning to night Sometimes I use it as a “distraction” when being around strangers, for example Read more →