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Day 3

Soft Circuit Sampler

Posted by katehartman on Friday, August 1st, 2008 - Link

For my project for the day, I created the beginnings of a Soft Circuit Sampler – a conductive textiles version of the traditional needlework sampler. According to Wikipedia: “The oldest surviving samplers were constructed in the 15th and 16th centuries. As there were no pre-printed patterns available for needleworkers, a stitched model was needed. Whenever […]

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crocheted plastic bag skirt

Posted by Kristin O'Friel on Friday, August 1st, 2008 - Link

the waste of the skirt is crocheted out of recycled plastic grocery bag strips and the skirt length out of inflated plastic bags. more 5-in-5 photos on flickr

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The Ultimate Personality Test, Click Hanger, Is Here!

Posted by Andrea Dulko on Friday, August 1st, 2008 - Link

Do you want Humphrey to succeed, or would you rather see him plummet. It’s up to you. With Click Hangers everyone works together to feed the hiker trail-mix from the blue square. To do this simply click once for each nut or raisin you’d like to feed him. Check his progress my clicking the corresponding […]

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Click Hanger

Posted by Joshua Berry on Friday, August 1st, 2008 - Link

Andrea and I built a little game based the Price is Right’s Cliff Hanger. The original intent was to pay homage to the absurd amount of mouse clicks we all must make in a single day by sending the ol’ mountain climber up the hill. I spent much of day 3 researching open source options […]

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DIY Audiobook

Posted by Vikram Tank on Thursday, July 31st, 2008 - Link

For today’s project i recorded an audio book. I love listening to children’s stories on audio book, and thought it would be fun to make one on my own. I recorded Beverly Cleary’s Otis Spofford. It was actually one fo the more difficult projects I’ve done. I realized that spending 7 hours in a 2 […]

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Brady Bunch PhotoBooth

Posted by Christian Bovine on Thursday, July 31st, 2008 - Link

Using an idea my friend Rob had to use processing to recreate the opening sequence to the Brady Bunch by recording a few seconds of you looking around then placing them in the appropriate squares. I collaborated with Ben Chao who is currently in LA who helped write the code. Check out all the videos

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Throwing Light

Posted by Christian Cerrito on Thursday, July 31st, 2008 - Link

EL wire + Armature Wire + Solder + Clear Heat Shrink + Turntable + Inverter + Batteries + Base Block + Hot Glue + Double Sided Sticky Tape + 45 RPM+ A Dark Room + A Long Exposure = Sculpting light in the same manner that a potter throws clay on a wheel. (man I […]

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Floor Plan

Posted by Tim Szetela on Thursday, July 31st, 2008 - Link

I’ve spent so much time here at ITP (especially this week) that I’ve wondered how it has changed through the years. With the help of people that have seen some of the construction and alterations made to the fourth floor, I gathered floor plans from the last ten years. For the Wednesday project, using Flash, […]

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The Peggy Lite-Brite

Posted by Corey Menscher on Thursday, July 31st, 2008 - Link

1502 solder points. ~7.5 meters of solder. 7 hours. 1 peggy. This is the Peggy Lite-Brite… Iíve owned a Peggy 1.0 for several months now, but never assembled it. Ever since I got it, Iíve wanted to solder female headers to it so that I could re-use it indefinitely. But the idea of soldering 625 […]

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Subwoofer Tactics

Posted by C. Anderson Miller on Thursday, July 31st, 2008 - Link

Adam Parrish and I designed and built a game in which players use a subwoofer and 3 tones to manipulate pieces on a game board.

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The U Can’t Resistor Me Dress

Posted by Armanda Lewis on Thursday, July 31st, 2008 - Link

F For Day#3, I tried a wearable, and almost made it to completion. I hit a snag at the very end when my Lilypad Arduino would not upload. I am going to continue debugging to try and figure out why it will not upload programs. I began by selecting a pattern and cutting it out […]

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how to write a short short story over twitter

Posted by John Dimatos on Thursday, July 31st, 2008 - Link

The idea of a serialized novel hit it’s peak in the Victorian Era, and has always been something that interested me, for the particular challenge it poses in terms of always keeping the reader at a heightened state of interest. With a normal end to end novel or story, authors can indulge themselves with lengthy […]

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Click Hanger

Posted by Andrea Dulko on Thursday, July 31st, 2008 - Link

Josh and I are paying tribute to everyone’s second-favorite (after Plinko) Price Is Right game. Mouse clicks/moves are nearly unconscious. Once you become aware, it’s quite maddening (sorry to do that to ya). Going with this, we’ve decided to count the number of mouse clicks made per day and have them correspond with our own […]

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Flash Prototyping Workshop

Posted by David Steele Overholt on Thursday, July 31st, 2008 - Link

Today I’m launching a website that has been in the making for a while now – FlashPrototyping.com (see the launch e-mail). As my project for today, I’m putting together a workshop here in San Diego, CA on using Flash as a prototyping tool. It’s being held from 4pm-7pm at Point Loma Nazarene University in the […]

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Re-branding Bed-Stuy to Promote Gentrification

Posted by Robert C. Moon on Wednesday, July 30th, 2008 - Link

I living in Manhattan for the past two years while I attended ITP in a neighborhood appropriately named “Alphabet City,” East of the East Village. My roommate at the time lived there for 11 years before I moved in and always talked about how much the neighborhood underwent quite the dramatic change, both good and […]

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