I love our office wall.
Luke’s Musical Beans using a Makey Makey.
* Introduction to video mapping * Introduction to live video-art performance * TASK: Research and write blog post on Interactive-Art history. * Work on Projects
* Introduction to Arduino Micro-controllers * Introduction to Wiring programming * TASK: Experiment with Arduinos to power lights, speakers * Work on projects
* Programming in Unity * Introduction to Visual Patching Languages * Introduction to MIT’s Scratch Visual Programming Language * Work on project
* Further discussion into adoption of interactivity in current projects * Introduction into coding using the artist coding language – processing.org * Introduction to other interactive software – vvvv, PureData, Max(MSP), MIT Scratch. * Task: Create interactive “toy” using processing.js…
Brief introduction to different techniques Class trip to Te Papa to look at the interactivity in use at the dinosaur exhibition Task: Create alternative game controllers using Makey Makeys Introduction to creating environments in Unity Tested 3d and motion capture…
A Mesoamerican pyramid built by Brooklyn School students in 40 minutes using Minetest (an open source alternative to Minecraft)
Making looping animated gifs from YouTube videos using Gifcam.
A font made at Te Aro School.
Two Maori Legends and a trip through our solar system by Year 3 students at Te Aro School. Using Stykz.
It was difficult to put together the Island as there were no detailed or topographical maps. I was working off a crude Google Earth interpretation. These were some development images as I tried to figure out the layout.
Most important thing sorted for holiday programme. Can’t do this in school class.
A project I developed with Claire Hopkins at the Wellington City Gallery. “A new exhibition of fruit at City Gallery is encouraging Wellingtonians to get creative and compose. The crew at City Gallery Wellington have been perfecting their banana piano…
A TV show I initiated, set-up and produced while working at Brooklyn School. Using a Green Screen, Sony Vegas Video, 2 Flip HD camera’s and a GoPro. Uploaded to Youtube, shared on school website and Facebook page and then played…
I had a few pieces on display at BYOB Wellington. BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) Wellington was a DIY event. Artists collaborated over the course of an evening to create a mega, moving, breathing multi media beast. It was celebration…
Mine is the cute TV. what isn’t mentioned is that the TV randomly mixes the 3 sources to create new compositions. Our brains automatically try to make meaning from them, even though they are random. I call it digidada.
The opening night.
My final year exhibition.
Combined after-party, house-party and exhibition of Burnt Pixel’s work in a warehouse on the coast. Bands and DJs (lineup tbc)Bus travelling from the The Academy of Fine Arts. On the hour public buses back to town. BYO. Run till the…
In 2012 I worked with Year 7 and 8s to develop a weekly news show. I taught the key members how to green-screen, audio mix and do lighting. Then I stood back. (Well, not completely I still helped with their…