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Selected Projects from the DMI Archives

Perceiving Interaction: Between Light and Illusory Perception of Space

This thesis focuses on light as a tool to recreate the perception of space.

I created a series of experimental case studies to observe the interaction between light, physical filters and space. The experimentation was based on a three-layer projection system with light sources, physical filters and spatial surfaces including balloons, paper waves, and foam core triangular structure, among others. For each layer of the system, I used a manifold projection of image, motion and sound content, as well as various materials, textures and shapes, to test multiple variables and possibilities.  read more »

A Learner-Centered Approach to Teaching Programming

Learning to program is difficult, and of particular challenge to an audience of artists, designers and educators. These learners may have a limited background in mathematics and programming logic and also vastly different motivations from a student majoring in computer science. Yet the pedagogy we use to teach them programming is the same as for everyone.  read more »

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