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T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts

Anonymous said: what does T.I.M.E. stand for?

Technology Integrated Media Environment.

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Daniel Beach 2010 BFA Exhibition.

For this work, Dan set up a LED light display in which the colors of the lights changed with the sky outside.  To get this effect Dan connected his LED lights to a camera pointed at the sky.  He used Processing to code the installation.

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People’s Music, 2005 by Ben Kinsley

PEOPLE’S MUSIC is an interactive video and sound installation consisting of a series of musical portraits of people. Portraits are interactive based on proximity, and viewers can choose which sounds are heard and which images are seen by moving or dancing through the space. By layering pieces of the different portraits, viewers can work as a group to compose a unique audio/visual experience.

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Gesichtsmusik, 2004 by Ben Kinsley

Ben Kinsley received a BFA in T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts in 2005 and then went to Carnegie Mellon University where he received his MFA in 2008. Ben is a very active artist who lives in Pittsburgh and is currently teaching at CMU.

http://www.benkinsley.com/

Head Roller, 2010 by Cory Hughart

Head Roller is an interactive work made in the Coding, Hacks & Space class with Nicholas Economos in T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts.

In the work an image of the user’s face is shot by a small camera and imprinted on the rolling ball. The user then controls the rolling of her “head” by making noises, which are picked up by a microphone and processed by the program Cory made using…Processing.

Processing is an open source programming language and environment for people who want to create images, animations, and interactions. It is cross platform, easy to get started with lots of tutorials and shared knowledge, and is available for free here: http://processing.org/

Go! Go! Gadget Show student group exhibition at Frontroom Gallery.

Custom Micro Computing is a class in T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts and Fiber & Material Studies where students make “Smart Objects, Electric Handicrafts and Responsive Environments.” Taught Spring 2010 by Nicholas Economos and Sara Rabinowitz at CIA.

Go! Go! Gadget Show student group exhibition at Frontroom Gallery.

Custom Micro Computing is a class in T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts and Fiber & Material Studies where students make “Smart Objects, Electric Handicrafts and Responsive Environments.” Taught Spring 2010 by Nicholas Economos and Sara Rabinowitz at CIA.

Go! Go! Gadget Show student group exhibition at Frontroom Gallery.

Custom Micro Computing is a class in T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts and Fiber & Material Studies where students make “Smart Objects, Electric Handicrafts and Responsive Environments.” Taught Spring 2010 by Nicholas Economos and Sara Rabinowitz at CIA.

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artist/student: Skye Kellerman

Custom Micro Computing is a class in T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts and Fiber & Material Studies where students make “Smart Objects, Electric Handicrafts and Responsive Environments.” Taught Spring 2010 by Nicholas Economos and Sara Rabinowitz at CIA.

artist/student: Skye Kellerman

Custom Micro Computing is a class in T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts and Fiber & Material Studies where students make “Smart Objects, Electric Handicrafts and Responsive Environments.” Taught Spring 2010 by Nicholas Economos and Sara Rabinowitz at CIA.

artists/students: Matthew Childers, Will Neiheiser, Patrick Tighe, Markie Derminer, Alexandre Anthes, Anna Wallace, Michelle Rolfe

Synonym Finder group show at VATe Coventry Center. A collaborative one night show by the Creative Resistance: Media Art in the Social Sphere class in T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts and Fiber & Material Studies in the fall of 2010. The event was facilitated by Melinda Laszczynski and Scott Stibich, Technical Assistants in VATe, and by Sarah Paul, an Assistant Professor in the T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts Department at CIA.

artist/student: Michaela Lynch

Synonym Finder group show at VATe Coventry Center. A collaborative one night show by the Creative Resistance: Media Art in the Social Sphere class in T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts and Fiber & Material Studies in the fall of 2010. The event was facilitated by Melinda Laszczynski and Scott Stibich, Technical Assistants in VATe, and by Sarah Paul, an Assistant Professor in the T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts Department at CIA.

artists/students: Patrick Tighe, Anna Wallace

Synonym Finder group show at VATe Coventry Center. A collaborative one night show by the Creative Resistance: Media Art in the Social Sphere class in T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts and Fiber & Material Studies in the fall of 2010. The event was facilitated by Melinda Laszczynski and Scott Stibich, Technical Assistants in VATe, and by Sarah Paul, an Assistant Professor in the T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts Department at CIA.

artist/student: Patrick Tighe

Synonym Finder group show at VATe Coventry Center. A collaborative one night show by the Creative Resistance: Media Art in the Social Sphere class in T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts and Fiber & Material Studies in the fall of 2010. The event was facilitated by Melinda Laszczynski and Scott Stibich, Technical Assistants in VATe, and by Sarah Paul, an Assistant Professor in the T.I.M.E. - Digital Arts Department at CIA.

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