Category Archives: Multimedia Authoring 2013-04

The Second Nature

CLICK TO SEE THE TRAILER   “Josh had a really unbelievable idea of using the camera with our telekinetic powers. Just like any of the three of us, as teenagers that played video games, would be able to do with … Continue reading

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Multimedia Authoring: project proposals

On 28/2, we will have our project concept presentation. The project can be any application that involves the combination of different media with code. It should be interactive and/or generative. Special attention should be given to the concepts of sensoriality … Continue reading

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Assignment – preparation for project

Preparation task: Pick one video and one text on new media art/design that you enjoy/find relevant. Video and text should be related. In class or via this blog, you will present them and explain the relation between them. This should be … Continue reading

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Multimedia Authoring: Feb-Mar/2013

The course is focused on the generative aspects of multimedia design and the authoring process, interaction design and the control of media elements in interactive projects. Students will experiment with a broad range of media elements with an emphasis on … Continue reading

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Introduction to oF, C++ and Xcode

This post is meant to provide instructions on getting started with oF, particularly with Xcode. It also provides an introduction to C++ to those coming from other programming languages (particularly Java/Processing and JavaScript). The Mac environment and Xcode will mainly … Continue reading

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