We had an *exceptional* time doing the lab on Saturday. The goal was to calibrate the motion capture system.
A response to The Empty Space by Peter Brook and “Visits to a Small Planet” by Elinor Fuchs.
Although the two readings are distinct, they both seemed to be asking the reader to notice the same thing: theater is living.
Self-Support is a 3D printed sculpture of three aerialists. It’s my Piecing It Together final.
Datagram is a live video installation that plays on the meaning of presence in physical and virtual space. It is my Live Web final.
This semester I’ve become very interested in 3D body scans. Up until now everything I’ve done has been great for learning, but the final products have been really low quality. For the final, I’m interested in creating a series of high-quality 3D scans and prints.
Our assignment for Piecing It Together this week was to create a puzzle with an odd number of pieces. Nicole and I worked together to create and print 3D body scans of different body positions that would fit together.
For my final project, I’d like to attempt to build video chat or live stream into VR. Think of it as Facetime or Periscope, but in Google Cardboard.
This week in Piecing It Together we learned to make 3D models to print on the Makerbot. I worked with Danielle Butler to do 3D scans with Scanect on an aerial harness.
I worked with Yurika for my Live Web group project. We were using Peer JS and data channels. We decided we’d take the “storytelling” part of the assignment literally and create a group story in class.