“I want” by Jean-Baptiste Michel (2013)

Artists,Data,Reference,Visual — rciavarella @ 7:36 pm


“Fade Away” by Matt Richardson (2012)

Artists,Instrument,Reference,Visual — rciavarella @ 7:30 pm

Fade Away 1 from Matt Richardson on Vimeo.

“Steve Mann: My “Augmediated” Life” by Steve Mann (2013)

Assignment,Reference — chentsch @ 7:14 pm



He has been designing and wearing computerized eyewear for decades, the gear increasing markedly in sophistication over time.



“THE REACCESSION OF TED SHAWN” by Adam H Weinert (2014)

Assignment,Reference — chentsch @ 6:19 pm



An unofficial, on-site, app-based reinstallation of the works of Ted Shawn at the Museum of Modern Art.



Marea (2014)

Arduino,Data,Hardware,Submission — epicjefferson @ 5:58 pm

The tank’s water level reflects the water level on the coast of San Juan, PR.

By being susceptible to tsunami waves, Marea exposes Puerto Rico’s risky disregard for potential disaster.


“Augmented Reality Tour” by Cal Poly Pomona (2014)

Assignment,Reference,Uncategorized — chentsch @ 5:58 pm



Explore Cal Poly Pomona through an augmented reality (AR) tour – an experience that uses new technology to highlight the campus’ rich history.



“NO AD” by PublicAdCampaign, The Heavy Projects and Jowy Romano (2014)

Assignment,Final Project,Reference — chentsch @ 5:49 pm




NO AD uses augmented reality technology to replace ads with artwork in realtime through your mobile device. The app will work with dozens of common ads and will be updated regularly with new content.



“Quake” by Amy Friedman (2014)


Quake utilizes csv files reom the USGS website, to simulate the magnitude of earthquakes occurring throughout the past 7 days. The USGS updates its systems every 5-15 minutes to map earthquakes that have happened recently and over the past few months, and further past. Quake brings awareness to the common occurrence of earthquakes, and acknowledges the 10 levels of magnitude of an earthquake. Some quakes occur and no one feels them, but they happened and it occurs more often around the world than one is aware of.

Using a solenoid and dividing

USGS Magnitude Scale of Earthquakes

CSV file can be found USGS Spreadsheet Applications

“FbStalker” by Priya Ganadas (2014)

Have you ever stalked anyone on facebook?

Do you anticipate a comment or a like from ‘that’ specific person?

Do you constantly check your notifications and get disappointed and end up wasting too much time on fb for no reason?

What if you could get notification from Facebook if and only if that someone special was active?

fbstalker from Priya Ganadas on Vimeo.


It lets you pick your person that you want to get notified about as soon as they do any activity on your profile. A simple elegant light attached to desktop blinks to let you know that someone special just commented on your status.



I have tracked my friend Raj, I am printing ‘Wohoo’ every time i get a like from Raj.

Serial communication is used between Processing to Arduino to blink the LED.

I have used Temboo to get data from facebook.
Here is the link

You will have to get access from Facebook, using facebook developers

It was good learning to use temboo API without using the choreos and creating a custom code.

Github repository is here

“Rotary Multimeter” By Malik B. Parker (2014)

Uncategorized — mbparker @ 12:03 am



Rotary Multimeter

The Rotary Multimeter is a multimeter that will attempt to tell you in real time how much voltage a load has, in a personified way. The personified measurements range from 0 to 5V. Measuring 2.5V would point half way. It also has a pencil to draw how a more precise reading than a personified measurement.

Measuring 1.5V Battery

The multimeter measured a little over 1/4 of the way. It’s modeled after how a person would try to visually describe how many volts a battery has.

Vary the measurements with a Voltage Divider

By creating a voltage divider circuit,  it’s possible to vary the readings of the multimeter which is shown in the second half of the video.



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