I taught my class at the Royal College of Art in June.  For a full recap, check out the article they published about it here.

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See also: Teaching Pleasuring Your Palate at Stanford

Testing out how our music controller will fit together and what it will feel like is essential.  Prototyping is made of Duron cut on the laser cutter and uses hardware ordered from SparkFun and bought at Ace Hardware.  See the final project here.

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Today we laid out 8th course if bricks. The angle is getting pretty extreme so now we are trying to figure out how the next few courses will be held in place while they set.

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Soon this will be an interactive matrix of lights hung above the small loft and each washing a 80×80 inch square on the ground. The lights will move and change to the beat of music and hopefully will follow people around, lighting up as a person passes beneath them.

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Watch Dan.

I scanned these feet using a flatbed scanner and printed them slightly larger than 1:1 to hang and display.

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Some maps Kevin and I composited to begin our campUS maps project to catalog the best places to stay overnight on campus.