Hoop Trivia Software Final

As I have mentioned in my previous blog post, I am joining both my p5.js and Arduino skills to create a project that I call Hoop Trivia! Hoop Trivia is a traditional basketball arcade game mixed with trivia. It is inspired by an arcade game in Dave and Buster’s called Connect 4 Hoops, where players […]

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Hoops Trivia Software

For my Intro to Computational Media and Physical Computing final project, I am joining both skill sets to create a project that I call Hoop Trivia! Hoop Trivia is a traditional basketball arcade game mixed with trivia. It is inspired by an arcade game in Dave and Buster’s called Connect 4 Hoops, where players play […]

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Interactive Playback

This week I collaborated with KJ Ha to work on a sketch we call Interactive Playback. We both wanted to create an interactive piece that allowed users to pick sound clips and rearrange them in the order of their liking. Originally, we wanted users to be able to to record each of the sound clips […]

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Computer Takeover

This week I explored using p5.sound and the p5.speech.js library to visualize sound. I originally wanted to create a program that used the p5.speech.js speech recognition functions and then displayed an image that is the associated with the word that the user said by using an API that extracted images from the web. However, the […]

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Update: Party Mirror

For this week, I iterated and improved my project from last week! I decided to play a little bit more with color and gradients. I added 2 disco ball gifs into my sketch when it is in party mode by using the createImage() which will animate the gif automatically (I just discovered this a few […]

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Party Mirror

This project was inspired by the idea of photo mosaics, where one image is made up of hundreds of smaller ones. I originally wanted to create a dynamic photo mosaic that visualized your webcam feed. However, I soon came to realize that this was a bit too ambitious for the time frame of this assignment […]

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Paper or Plastic Interactive Flyer

This program is designed to engage the user in a conversation about paper and plastic bags. Which one is better to use or more environmentally friendly? The program starts with a split screen that reads “Paper” on the left and “Plastic” on the right. There are 20 bags floating around the screen. As the bags […]

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Circle Grid

This project was inspired by disco lights and paparazzi cameras flashing. I tried to mimic the effect these objects create by animating a simple grid of circles. I selected three color palettes using the Coolors website. Within the draw loop, circles are drawn and randomly assigned a color within a particular palette. When the mouse […]

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Hip-Hop Heads

This project was designed and created in collaboration with Nailah Davis. Nailah loves music. She wanted to incorporate her interests in hip-hop and hip-hop culture in a creative way. Both of us agreed that we would love to incorporate a music element into our program where the user could interact with the artists they are […]

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