A vertical maze where you follow the lights
Response to Beyond Being There, a paper from CHI '92.
Jim Hollan and Scott Stornetta. 1992. Beyond being there. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI '92). Association for Computing Machinery, New York, NY, USA, 119–125. DOI:https://doi.org/10.1145/142750.142769
Word eater is a mini game where you can use your webcam to eat words in order to generate a sentence.
An incomplete storybook where you can fill in blanks with sketches
Image: Juyeon Park
A microtonal sound oscillator made in collaboration with Eamon Goodman and Todd Whitney
Experimenting with stepper motors, DC motors and H-bridges for Physical Computing Week 11
Cube mirrors in p5.js with En Tung Liu
Generating morgue files of Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup using GPT-2
Attempts to connect single-pin capacitive sensors via USB MIDI connection
Manipulating pixels inside the p5.Image array for ICM Week 8
A short audiovisual loop based on StyleGAN2 generated lunar landscapes.
My attempts for physical computing week 9
a unity interactive fiction reimagining The Little Mermaid, by Jeeyoon Hyun & Chenyan Yu
Experimenting with RunwayML to generate VHS-like lo-fi video effects
A house that lives in the web where you bounce to house music
Idea and prototype for a musical instrument for Physical Computing project 2
Reading and writing serial communication between arduino and p5js
Integrating a custom p5.js editor embed component into Sanity.io & Gatsby
Making Sound Branches, an Arduino + Teachable Machine instrument that plays with voice command.
p5js face sketches using ml5 facemesh API
Making the prototype for Fingertap Player, Physical Computing Week 4
Story concept for hybrid-fish: an interactive experience in Unity collaborated with Chenyan Yu, Video & Sound Week 3
An idea sketch of a musical instrument that works by finger tapping
Using different analog outputs in week 3 of Physical Computing
Making a virtual soundwalk scene in Unity, Video & Sound Week 2
Response to How To Be a Systems Thinker, by Mary Catherine Bateson
A virtual poster of Four Tet's 2019 live performance at Alexandra Palace, London.
Exploring inputs and outputs in week 2 of Physical Computing
Response to Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's TED talk, The danger of a single story
Sound collage of a person dropping their phone in the rain.
A project that analyzes your voice and tells you the most similar bird sound, using Teachable Machine & ml5.js.
A response after reading Bell Hooks, “Performance Practice as a Site of Opposition,” Let’s Get It On: The Politics of Black Performance, Ed. Catherine Ugwu, Seattle: Bay Press, 1995, 210-221.
Basic electronic principles from Physical Computing Week 1