Micro-Project: Glitched Aberrations
I played with the photos but it is kind of weird that mine became black and white. I love the effects though.
I think I do something like a blind glitch
So I go crazy on the code first without seeing how it looks like.
Kind of remind me of taking pictures with film where I compose the picture first but I don’t Read more →
I would want to do a live streaming of the game, “cards against humanity” which I will be playing with my friends.
“Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people. Unlike most of the party games you’ve played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends.
The game is simple. Each round, one player Read more →
Final project update: Periscoping
Been using Periscope to take videos of things that I’m doing. Again, I must stress that I don’t do very interesting things everyday. Most of these videos are just footage of me trying to keep up with my to-do list. I don’t overthink when I shoot the videos, and I’m not particularly concerned about where the camera is Read more →
Final Project Ideas
For my final project, I was thinking of doing something that plays an oxymoron situation. I was thinking of titling it “Singapore on Foot” for now…
I have this plan of taking a video shoot of the different cultures in Singapore through the perspective of a feet. So the plan was for me to converse with people in the streets of Read more →
Micro-Project: Pirate Broadcasting II
My second broadcast for this week. Its still about Singapore and I think I will continue to broadcast Singapore for the weeks to come.
I think the overall experience minus the stares and smiles at times, was smooth. The idea of having to speak whatever you want and to telecast it live wherever and whenever, makes me feel like a reporter Read more →
Jodi.org // OMG!!!!
I started with the usual, by victimising a friend of mine to go through this website with me and give his comments. This time it was my best friend from the police force ( and he says his division was too secretively he can’t tell me what he does). I just told him I had to check out the website Read more →
Research Critique 5: Shredder and Riot
Mark Napier’s Shredder and Riot were alternative web browsers made in the 1990s. The main aim of these browsers was to deconstruct the webpage as it is conventionally viewed, by manipulating the underlying source code and re-presenting the data in their own elements. It is Read more →
Pirate Broadcast 2
My phone is too old to support periscope so I collaborated with a friend where he downloaded the app and I made a hotspot for him so he could have internet.
I honestly found this experience to be very disappointing because I tried it twice and no one watched. It felt like I was broadcasting myself to the world but Read more →
Pirate broadcast 1
This is what I was doing all of last week, not going out and just staying in my room and doing work or procrastinating. It shows the flicking between different windows and tasks and distractions that for me is how I spend my time on the internet. It also shows the torrent of information that you get subjected to.
Sorry this Read more →
Research Critique: Rosa Menkman - "The Collapse of PAL"
EsmondThursday, Sep 17, 2015 - 07:28:00 am
“His eyes are staring, his mouth is open, his wings are spread. This is how one pictures the Angel of history.” – Walter Benjamin, Ninth Thesis on the Philosophy of History
Rosa Menkman in her work “The Collapse of PAL” shows us the Angel of History (as described by Walter Benjamin) reflecting on the PAL signal and its termination. Read more →