I’ve recently found myself in a position where I’m not quite sure what to ask anymore, in terms of receiving feedback. But thankfully, some recent office hours have been the source of some great conversation and feedback. Recently I spoke with Akshita, and she really helped me get my head on straight last week. I’ve…… Continue reading Thesis Part II, #3 – Feedback
I have been able to do a fair amount of user testing and research, as I had a prototype for the Winter Show last semester. Some of the major takeaways from watching people interact with my project were working to have a more simple interaction — there were a few times where kids wanted to…… Continue reading Thesis Part II, #2 – User Testing
Some of the major takeaways from the prototype demo were mainly about the interaction part of the piece — reaffirming the need to make it self explanatory in a way and easily discoverable, without the need to explain how-to in depth, and just allowing the audience to discover for themselves. Since the last thesis class,…… Continue reading Thesis Part II, #1 – Feedback
Feedback from the final presentation– Suraj: I loved “this” slide showing why you want to do this with your interests the last time you showed it. I think it is very powerful in helping the audience understand what your intention is. Very clear todos. Olivia: The working prototype is a really solid step! Glad that…… Continue reading Thesis Part I, #7 – Feedback
Here is the link to my slides for the final presentation as well as the link to my final paper.
Presentation of my thesis paper draft.Here is the link to my thesis presentation draft.Here is the link to my paper draft / outline / mess of words. https://videopress.com/v/6ozwme14?resizeToParent=true&cover=true&autoPlay=true&controls=false&loop=true&muted=true&persistVolume=false&preloadContent=metadata&useAverageColor=true Harvey Moon – Drawing Machines
I am trying to decide the orientation / design of the drawing machine. I have been mostly planning and leaning heavily toward a vertical XY plotter that is mounted / against a wall. But I’m also playing around with different ideas of having a plotter that is on a tabletop — allowing for movement around…… Continue reading Thesis Part I, #4 – Visualizing
Vision” and “The Art of Tinkering” – and marking sections that I want to revisit. I’ve also watched the Peter Vogel documentary called “The Sound of Shadows” as well as flipped through Pedro’s copy of “Retrospective” that documents some of Vogel’s work. Personally, I really enjoy the visual aspect / aesthetic of exposed circuitry and…… Continue reading Thesis Part I, #3 – Research (cont’d)