OSS Symposium: Mobile Cam Exercise #3


I’ve decided to change my location for the final performance because I realised this journey gives a nicer and more interesting perspective of ADM. I want to start right on top of the hill where the side entrance of ADM is; cause I realised everyone that visits ADM would take pictures here. I’ll start right at the top and walk slowly down the steps while focusing on the views per step. Because the ADM building is very reflective, I think its interesting if the audience could catch a glimpse of my cam through the reflective surfaces; yet not be able to see me.


Following that I’ll walk towards the sunken plaza – everything around the sunken plaza is reflective glass.. DSC_1987

Then, I’ll cross the stone “bridge” –



Even showing my foot/feet as I cross the water.


Then I’ll continue my way towards the inside of the ADM building.


And even show some artworks along the way.


Ultimately, I will walk through these doors and walk into the ADM building.DSC_1993


And up the long flight of stairs – occasionally showing where I was earlier through the glass on the inside.DSC_1994


This is how it would look when I point my camera out the building.DSC_1995


And the view of the steps; occasionally my feet..



And then we arrive at the ADM lounge – some of the audience would recognise the old adm cafe/ now the new ADM lounge thats right next to the atrium space where the symposium is happening.DSC_1997



Showing the screens of the symposium; (probably not juan behind the scenes)


The overview of the ADM atrium…



And this door near the atrium marks the end of the journey.DSC_2004

OSS Symposium: Mobile Cam Exercise #2



For this mobile cam exercise, I will start my journey at the ADM bustop. Its significant to me because I’m one of the 300 odd students who signed a petition to have this bus top with a public bus route. (prior to this it was only purely decorative and there were no buses that would stop there)

Quite recently, this giant dandelion sculpture was built to accompany this lonely bus top and its beautiful at night cos the whole sculpture lights up (i think they are LED lights) and would look great on webcam, in my opinion.


Then I move along, the the art pastry cafe alfresco dining where some people would be dining.DSC_1953

Then I’ll head to the automated door to the indoor dining space (this door makes a cool automated sound)DSC_1954

Then I’ll show you the adm cafe counter (but it would be closed by night)DSC_1955

people dining at the cafe  with ambient noise and talking..DSC_1956

Then i’ll walk the way down to the corridor leading up to the lobby. (you can hear echoes here sometimes)DSC_1957DSC_1959

Then we’ll head to the lobby where there is the Vishwaroop exhibition by one of the ADM professors which is really cool (you’ll see the whole thing in a bit)DSC_1960

We’ve reached the lobby! (Sound is abundant here – from the chattering of people hanging out at the arm lounge to the tings of the lift) HAHADSC_1962

Here is my contribution to pirate pad: Screen shot 2015-03-25 at 11.29.36 AM Screen shot 2015-03-25 at 11.29.44 AM

OSS Symposium: Mobile Cam Part II


OSS Adobe Connect Mobile Cam with MJ: Part II

As mentioned, this is our second attempt using the Adobe Connect app platform on our mobile phones. We showed each other the overview of our rooms; MJ was at home and I was in my room in NTU hall.

We then showed each other what we were doing prior to being online – MJ was writing his hyperessay #2 and I was making pages for my CVE class submission.


We showed each other the artwork on our walls of our rooms…


And even our beds…


And not forgetting our snuggle buddies!Screenshot_2015-03-17-20-30-13

Then we both opened our closets;



And showed each other our perspectives from where we stood.


And included our hands in the presentation…


And we both went back to doing what we were doing after logging off the app 🙂


OSS Symposium: Mobile Cam Part I



Mj & I met on our Adobe Connect phone apps twice during the OSS Symposium: Mobile Cam exercise. I will be addressing the encounters in 2 parts as it was only after our first session did we find out that our faces are not supposed to be in the frames – and our cameras were supposed to be pointed the other way.


Connect Session #1: 16 March 2015, Monday

I started giving MJ a tour of my dorm room in NTU Pioneer Hall.


MJ moved on to show me the master bedroom in his home – and I showed him my side of my hall room.


I found it difficult to take a screenshot on my Sony Z2 smartphone cause you’re required to press 2 buttons at once; and it was difficult for me to do that while still being in focus. I kept fumbling and pressing the wrong buttons – primarily the volume control button that is just above the screenshot button hahaha.


We then moved on to our corridors…


and then proceeded to show each other the view outside our windows (my balcony in hall)Screenshot_2015-03-16-20-14-20

MJ went down the stairs and I took the lift (totally forgetting that my data connection would be cut off)Screenshot_2015-03-16-20-23-09

but we still managed to reconvene again downstairs though Adobe Connect lagged quite a lot…Screenshot_2015-03-16-20-21-07

The whole time while we were downstairs, MJ froze when he was looking down – I could still hear him talking but he wasn’t moving an inch. P/S: I took the opportunity to take a selfie with a frozen MJ! hahahahaScreenshot_2015-03-16-20-24-59

Part II of this post will be posted up after MJ and I meet again on Adobe Connect – this time turning our cameras the right way round…