This Kickstarter project has raised slightly over $500,000 over a $27,000 goal. It looks promising as a physical computing and prototyping tool for students, hobbyists, artists, interaction designers and even commercial companies to use.
This project was a good learning opportunity for my class where we explored the use of hobby motors (dc motors, stepper motors, servo motors) as part of artworks. The brief for the project stated that it had to use at least two different kinds of motors, programmed with the Arduino microcontroller, be portable and have […]
The publicity event poster for the diploma graduation project I’m working on with my classmates as well as theatre students. I’m responsible for the sound operation for this show and designed a GUI in Pure Data to playback and mix sounds in real time. The theatre student I’m working with is rather experienced in mixing […]
This is a test setup of the iLight project as part of the iLight Marina Bay light festival later this month. Done as a class project, it is the first time the six of us are working as a team for one big project. This is also our first “real-world” project which will be displayed […]
Christmas is the time of the year of Christmas trees, and what better opportunity than this for creatives to come up with their own versions. From 3D paper pop ups and sculptures to trees made up of recycled materials, Christmas trees can come in many forms. DIY trees can be personalized to one’s taste and […]
The Economist | Technology and society: More than just digital quilting article here I came across this article while reading The Economist on my phone and was struck by how it is related to the interactive art course I am pursuing in LASALLE. The article talks about a new kind of creative revolution (the Maker […]