Rhythm on my (synthetic) skin

Being a one-person band is (very) fun, and also anxiety inducing. There are many things to keep track of, specially if you have many layers/instruments playing with you (from the computer). It’s not only about how it sounds, we do have that feedback, but if things are working and how they are working is something…

users wanna use

A platform for users to freely make 3D content and have more expressive tools is amazing, but… if they cannot interact with the scene, it’s not that useful. Thus, this week I focused on creating some user tools on the website, such as the possibility to change user, scene and get the coordinates of an…

Flowing frustrations in rebellion

For this assignment, we had to create a text using at least two source texts and the list variable type. You can see all the source files in my GitHub repository Sources In an attempt to join my exploration of authors and topics, I chose some works by the poet Eileen Myles. I read her…

The bones of the future (of a robot)

I shot for the Sun and got burned at the atmosphere Initial idea For this assignment we had to mount a motor into something, anything! From the content of the class, I already had something in mind: I wanted my own BB8! I mean, come on, look at them, they’re adorable! 😍

Computer Duet

Made in collaboration with Katya Rozanova for the New Musical Instruments Hackathon – Oct 14, 2017. The pressure of a hackathon, making everything in such a short amount of time was an amazing experience. It really helps you make quick decisions on what to fix and what to drop. We’re extremely happy with the result,…

A “light” problem 2.0

This assignment is about upgrading a previous assignment using functions. As my previous assignments already do (and the first one is not really worth it), the upgrade I want to try is using WebGL to get to use the directionalLight and pointLight functions… and this was not as easy as I expected. WARNING: Lots of…