I’ve titled this project | | | O | | |
It’s a iconization of the visual of this project, the | being the lasers and the O being the face in the middle.
Firstly, the entire experience really turned out to be better than expected.
From getting the lasers, cardboard, learning to solder, hooking it all up to a power supply and Read more →
WWII: Between the Cracks by Putri Dina Andyana
Project Overview WWII: Between the Cracks is an interactive installation which portrays the reality of the Fall of Singapore in 1942. By peeping into the cracks between the planks of the “wall”, audience are brought into a world where they illuminate scenes during the war and be enlightened by the hardships during this period.
User Interaction A Read more →
The ZoeBike is a spatial device that aims to promote an eco-friendly lifestyle by combining the bicycle and the zoetrope. The rear wheel of the bicycle is used as a gear to spin the zoetrope to display a light-projected animation of a running deer. As the user mounts the bicycle and holds on to the handles, a projected video plays Read more →
For the mid-sem analog version, I intended to have the lasers set-up for this version.
However, I couldn’t find anywhere in Singapore that sold lasers for cheap. Ended up paying $20 for 3 lasers that weren’t very bright or bright enough to show up in the fog.
Quite worrying, considering I still needed videos. So I tried to figure out means of Read more →
Setting up of the Space The setting up of the space was quite time-consuming because of the large barrels. They were difficult to bring to the classroom, let alone brought to the staircase (but no regrets)! For the audio output, I decided to attach a few headphones to the base of the barrel so that it will project sound when you’re Read more →
Hi good people of OSS.
We’d like to express one thing we’ve missed out during the presentation – written thoughts of participants! We actually found scribbles on the wall after some participants found a marker in the coffin house.
And some others actually followed suit, penning down their thoughts on the walls.
Words such as sad, claustrophobic, cramped and coffin were commonly mentioned Read more →
Under Score is an interactive installation that challenges two players to play a game of soccer confined within the space under the table, relying only on their sense of hearing and touch. Players can hear the position of the ball through the headphones connected to a color tracking patch.
By Joan & Tiffany
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Idea: To use technology to further enhance the experience of emulating that of hong kong coffin housing.
Initially, we planned to use proximity sensor that triggers audio and visual based on how far a person is from the box or in the box. We managed to get processing and arduino communicating with each other where arduino send the sensor value inputs Read more →
During the implementation of the digital part, I wanted to have a digital camera taking photo of people’s expression as they view the dollhouse. I found it challenging to connect it to a screen and decided to use the computer screen as a way to view those images. I decided to use processing and arduino together Read more →
We started out with a quirky and fun idea of building a giant bowl of meepok but due to constraints we re-thought up our ideas. We arrived at the idea of building a box-shaped object with and interior of reflection and lights where the objective was to transport viewers into another space through the illusion of the infinite.
We Read more →