Yearly Archives: 2016

Project Reflection

Rationale My goal was to create a chatbot that provides users with different methods of coping with stress. The purpose of this project was to entertain, appease, and/or distract audiences through technology. Risks, Challenges, and Opportunities While the code free

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Final Project: Glitch GIFs

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Final Project: Documentation

Decision, Trial, Plan: 2 hours I was afraid I’d be blindsided by this project when the time came to buckle down and pick something to do. Halfway through the semester, I began to brainstorm while writing the artist blog posts and working

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Artist: Marco Brambilla

Marco Brambilla is a visual and installation artist famous for his re-contextualizations of well-known and found imagery. He is best known for his Megaplex trilogy and photo-realistic computer simulations of an Apollo launch. Brambilla is considered a pioneer of 3D technology. His

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Another Progress Report

At this point, I’m experimenting with the possibilities this bot format offers. I began my project with the idea that I wanted it to be primarily useful, which it is, but it’s also become a cluster of different things. In examples,

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Artist: Evan Roth

Evan Roth is an American artist based in Paris. His work explores the relationship between misuse, empowerment, and the effect that philosophies from hacker communities can have when applied to digital and non-digital systems. He is best known for creating

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Progress Report

Once I had a general idea of the resources my stress relief bot would provide to users, I created an outline and began using Gupshup’s flowchart interface to construct the bot. I thought I’d be relying mostly on images and text, but I’m

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Artist: Sara Ludy

Sara Ludy is a Los Angeles-based artist whose work encompasses a variety of formats including photography, 3D, video, animated gifs, sound, digital image making and live performance. She often integrates virtual and physical domestic spaces.  The primary tools she uses are her

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Flipbook

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Artist: Takeshi Murata

Takeshi Murata is best known for creating digital art using video and computer animation techniques. From abstract distortion to representational animation, his work explores the possibilities that digital tools provide through the manipulation of color and form. I really enjoy Murata’s work.

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