Time–the Process

Images taken by Nicolas Peña-Escarpentier – thanks for awesome photos What’s time? Is time a logical thing? A project “Time” started from throwing simple questions about time and its standard – eventually evolving into the combination of physical piece and digital visualization about different time zones. The physical piece is consisted of two parts: inner cylinder… Continue reading Time–the Process

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Becoming a Machine

I have always been interested in cyborg; I am interested in the idea that how machine has fundamentally changed the way we perceive and experience the world -- and even become an extension of our body. For example, we start to look at the world through the lens of camera; We used social media so… Continue reading Becoming a Machine

ICM/PCOM Final Idea

Coming from my own experience of living in different places in the world, I am interested in globalization and the natural effect of earth spinning creating day/night shift. For my final project, I want to collaborate with Alice and create an experience where people can traveling in space and time through the lens of global… Continue reading ICM/PCOM Final Idea

Function Is Great — ICM Week 4

I rewrote my "ITP TV" code using functions and I really love it. Function is such a great tool to keep codes in modules and keep it clean and organized. As some one who is obsessed with organizing, I enjoyed this task of rearranging everything using function. Basically my functions can be break down into… Continue reading Function Is Great — ICM Week 4

Thoughts on Computational Media

I see computational media opening up possibilities in a lot of different ways. I have background in cognitive neuroscience and I always think the neuron networks are beautiful in a way that they are so meticulously formed to produce consciousness, emotion,and intelligence. With computational tools, I want be able to visualize or materialize process/patterns of… Continue reading Thoughts on Computational Media

ICM WEEK1 Documentation

I decided to use p5.js to sketch one of my favorite childhood comic character: Doraemon. I found a reference picture in google image: I started with sketching shape, with the help with p5.js reference. The syntax was not that difficult, but the biggest problem I ran into is to accurately locate the shapes onto the… Continue reading ICM WEEK1 Documentation