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Final Sensorium

Angel

Saturday, Apr 23, 2016 - 03:50:02 am

@ Real life

I really liked this project as it was one of the most ambitious one that I have embarked on.

I was initially really worried about the rafia strings because I needed alot. I went through around 15 rolls of it?

And I still feel that it could be even more overwhelming if I had done more. Started doing the rafia strings really Read more →

Categories: Research
Tags: art | dome | sensorium | space
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Final Assignment: Breathing Bags

Cindy Chan

Friday, Apr 22, 2016 - 10:10:58 pm

@ C I N D Y

Hello guys!

Breathing bags is an art installation mainly made out of ordinary plastic bags. Controlled by Arduino, each of them is selectively inflated and deflated in turn by two cooling fans. The outline shows the Singapore map, where the green bags marks the Nature Reserves in Singapore

Also, thanks Kamarul and Adar for the pictures and everyone for helping out in one way or another.

Here’s my final Read more →

Categories: Research
nice! i like the colour treatment for the video! Please teach me senpai!

Paper Boats II

Vivian

Friday, Apr 22, 2016 - 10:00:13 pm

@ V N X Y

Here’s my video documentation for my Paper Boats project (upgrade)! It’s a pity that the light detection wasn’t as smooth as I hope it would have been on the day of presentation, but nonetheless! I had fun and I hope you guys had enjoyed it as well. 

Here’s the video for final documentation!

https://youtu.be/a1yZakjPfSQ

Thanks for the footage Read more →

Categories: Research
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Invasion of space -final installation

Chou

Friday, Apr 22, 2016 - 09:56:54 pm

@ Ting Chou

This is an analogue installation. When standing inside the “empty” space that formed by the boxes, you could gain more space by pressing the boxes. However, your space might be taken away by others.

Buzzing sound illustrates the annoying emotion arises when we feel our space is invaded.

There are swtiches installed at two sides of Read more →

Categories: Research
the video is private

The One With The Final Documentation Video

Kamarule

Tuesday, Apr 19, 2016 - 05:07:59 pm

@ The Anatomy Of Life & Death

https://vimeo.com/163369291 Fresh from the editing suite, at 1-11a room of course. Here’s the final documentation video.

Photographs below are taken by Adar. Thank you everybody for your all help one way or another through out the duration of the semester.

Money shot of LP. 

Class photo time! 

Signing out for the last time, Kamarul.

Categories: Research
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The One With The Hardknocks Installation

Kamarule

Monday, Apr 18, 2016 - 11:19:36 pm

@ The Anatomy Of Life & Death

There are the final images for today’s installation! What a day to end Interactive Spaces! I would definitely can imagine this going to a gallery and hang it on a wall and hide those wires behind those walls!  Is this taken at ADM? Nope it is not. 

The solenoid works!

Definitely can do better with the wires organisation.

Oh Read more →

Categories: Research
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The One With The Hat & Solenoid

Kamarule

Friday, Apr 15, 2016 - 07:27:40 pm

@ The Anatomy Of Life & Death

This is final stretch for the semester. One more weekend to go.

I am almost 97% done and now it is left to the installation.

Aren’t we suppose to be doing a catalogue like LP mentioned?

Categories: Research
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Invasion of space -process

Chou

Wednesday, Apr 13, 2016 - 04:29:08 pm

@ Ting Chou

This is the update of my final project. My Initial idea is to  built an interactive installation by boxes. People could stand in front or behind the boxes. By moving the boxes, the motor inside each box will be triggered, hence the sound will be generated.

We have been dealing with personal space ever since we were born. Even unborn twins fighting for Read more →

Categories: Research
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Progress update: 'Plastic Waste' part 2

Cindy Chan

Tuesday, Apr 12, 2016 - 04:38:41 pm

@ C I N D Y

Hello!

So the past week I was learning Arduino on the web, researching on the inflatables and as well as watching Arduino tutorials. It’s been a challenge to get started as I haven’t been exposed to Arduino yet. Thankfully, the online tutorials were quite helpful and I managed to piece everything (correctly). Also, with the help of Prof LPD, I was able Read more →

Categories: Research
Looks very interesting Cindy. I would encourage you to aim to develop this work as part of your FYP. Please present this tomorrow in dm3010. Squeeze in As much background and PoC detail as possible in a 5 minutes pitch!

The One With The Arduino & Solenoid

Kamarule

Monday, Apr 11, 2016 - 07:09:30 pm

@ The Anatomy Of Life & Death

Getting it powered by Arduino’s 5v is not good enough. Solenoid needs more impact so we decide to go with 12v’s Solenoid that can be found at Sim Lim Tower for a cost of $8.90. At the 3rd Level. Followed a tutorial online on how to program a solenoid and it works as well. But the part is, i would Read more →

Categories: Research
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