Sing-Song for the ITP Winter Show
What it is: A visual and musical representation of the Trinidad and Tobago language. Continue reading Proposal
When you work on something so much that the emotion derived from the failure or success of any part of the process is the same — and you wish you didn’t name it initially — or place meaning to it. ‘Cause it doesn’t seem that exciting or meaningful anymore. It now becomes the thing without a name. Continue reading The thing without a name
With the ICM component of this project underway, working and empowering me to reach the finish line, I decided to make some additions to the PComp side so the user is compelled to interact. Continue reading Sing-Song (update)
Questions I aim to test for:
- Are the words too confusing?
- Do I need to play recordings of the words to the user before asking them to participate?
- Are the controls immediately understandable to a new user?
- Is the user able to successfully operate the interface?
- Is the user interested?
- How long is the user interested in engaging in the activity?
- Does the user repeat an action?
What it is: A visual and musical representation of the Trinidad and Tobago language.
What it is: A visual and musical representation of the Trinidad and Tobago language. Continue reading ICM Final Project Proposal: Sing-Song
I utilized the p5 DOM sound library for my first DOM assignment. Continue reading Freestyle Fridays
As every week goes by, I learn new ways to improve my sunrise/sunset sketch. This week, I was able to use an array to create and randomly display stars – my version of a particle system. Continue reading Stars!
So it all makes sense now. We had the opportunity to play with both our arduino and p5 code today. I worked on this in collaboration with my partner, Quest. While we didn’t make an interactive game like the amazing ones I saw from fellow ITPers today, we did this: Continue reading Synthesis Friday!!