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Final Project Documentation: A.R.E.A.

Featured Image Short Description Operation AREA (Awesome Robot Enters Assemble) is an Urban Intervention project by John Choi where an advanced human-size mobile manipulator robot enters real-world educational environments to teach young children the basic principles of robotics. The hypothesis

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Final Project Documentation: A.R.E.A.

Featured Image Short Description Operation AREA (Awesome Robot Enters Assemble) is an Urban Intervention project by John Choi where an advanced human-size mobile manipulator robot enters real-world educational environments to teach young children the basic principles of robotics. The hypothesis

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A Teenie Studio, Final Project (prior: Hill District)

For my final project, I expanded the scope of interest from imagery of the Hill District to the Teenie Harris archive as a whole. Specifically, my focus became Teenie’s studio practice, which included a large set of photos in front

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A Teenie Studio, Final Project (prior: Hill District)

For my final project, I expanded the scope of interest from imagery of the Hill District to the Teenie Harris archive as a whole. Specifically, my focus became Teenie’s studio practice, which included a large set of photos in front

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Teenie Harris Recreations

These are all of the recreations of Teenie Harris photographs of existing structures to date. Within each diptych is first my recreation from his point of view, then the original photograph from over half a century ago. The single images are

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Teenie Harris Recreations

These are all of the recreations of Teenie Harris photographs of existing structures to date. Within each diptych is first my recreation from his point of view, then the original photograph from over half a century ago. The single images are

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Final Project: The Hill District

March 25 Update Question: Is it worthwhile to recreate places where there is no visually present community (in the form of people) in the original photograph? Is this time wasted? Does seeing the congregation of New Covenant Church “place” the

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Final Project: The Hill District

March 25 Update Question: Is it worthwhile to recreate places where there is no visually present community (in the form of people) in the original photograph? Is this time wasted? Does seeing the congregation of New Covenant Church “place” the

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Final Project Timeline: A.R.E.A.

Awesome Robot Enters Assemble (AREA) (formerly Giant Robots Advancing Secondary Schools (GRASS)) is a project where an advanced 3.5 foot human-size mobile manipulator robot for doing human-size tasks is deployed in a high school classroom to teach the basic principles

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Final Project Timeline: A.R.E.A.

Awesome Robot Enters Assemble (AREA) (formerly Giant Robots Advancing Secondary Schools (GRASS)) is a project where an advanced 3.5 foot human-size mobile manipulator robot for doing human-size tasks is deployed in a high school classroom to teach the basic principles

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Final Project: Pittsburgh ArtPals

UPDATE March 18 Prompt + Lesson Plan Create two material kits, bring them to class and play test your curriculum with our class members Describe very explicitly when you needs rides from where to where so we can help secure

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Final Project: Pittsburgh ArtPals

UPDATE March 18 Prompt + Lesson Plan Create two material kits, bring them to class and play test your curriculum with our class members Describe very explicitly when you needs rides from where to where so we can help secure

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Final project: Sharing My World

Final update and wrap-up   Project summary Summary for those of you just joining us: this semester I worked with Brothers Keepers, an after school program focusing on social, spiritual, and intellectual enrichment for young men, housed in Hosanna House in

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Final project: Sharing My World

Final update and wrap-up   Project summary Summary for those of you just joining us: this semester I worked with Brothers Keepers, an after school program focusing on social, spiritual, and intellectual enrichment for young men, housed in Hosanna House in

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Final Project: Girls and Sexualization

  Google Docs – via Iframely Summary I will talk to teen girls about their identity and how it has changed as they grow into their developing bodies and how their interactions with others have changed as they have gone

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Final Project: Girls and Sexualization

  Google Docs – via Iframely Summary I will talk to teen girls about their identity and how it has changed as they grow into their developing bodies and how their interactions with others have changed as they have gone

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Final Project: The Mr Roboto Project

Short Description: From the “Robot Benefit Center & Zine Library Benefit Fest” event page: “Robot Betterment Center” is a new resource coming to Roboto in collaboration with the refurbished Zine Library! The resource is aimed at improving the safety and

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Final Project: The Mr Roboto Project

Short Description: From the “Robot Benefit Center & Zine Library Benefit Fest” event page: “Robot Betterment Center” is a new resource coming to Roboto in collaboration with the refurbished Zine Library! The resource is aimed at improving the safety and

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Final Project, The Plant Project

Summary The Plant Project is an experimental, community-reliant collection and visualization of municipal water quality using mung bean sprouts. Across several neighborhoods and cities, volunteers germinate and  record the growth rate of mung beans in a controlled environment. They submit time lapses

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Final Project, The Plant Project

Summary The Plant Project is an experimental, community-reliant collection and visualization of municipal water quality using mung bean sprouts. Across several neighborhoods and cities, volunteers germinate and  record the growth rate of mung beans in a controlled environment. They submit time lapses

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