WORKSHOP / Dla-MKE – Physical Interaction: Spectrums of Perception

“VISUAL SYSTEMS, INTERACTIVITY and HUMAN PERCEPTION

Practice-based Research Strategies, Methodologies and Applications
19-30 March 2012, Doctoral School, Hungarian University of Fine Art

Workshop Leader: Dr Brigitta Zics, Culture Lab, Newcastle University, UK,
(brigittaopal@gmail.com, http://cognitiveloop.org). This workshop aims to bring cutting-edge critical thinking and practice to PhD candidates engaging with practice-based research. It explores new types of practices, techniques, methods and technologies. It aims to generate a platform for exchanging good practices, developing novel theoretical frameworks, gaining new technological skills and to facilitate critical exchanges.

Invited Researchers and Artists: Tom Schofield, tomschofieldart@gmail.com http://tomschofieldart.com/, (Culture Lab Newcastle UK); David Gauthier, d.gauthier@ciid.dk http://ciid.dk/education/people/faculty/david-gauthier (Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design); Jamie Allen jamie@heavyside.net http://www.heavyside.net (Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design)

Keywords: art & technology practice, interaction, embodiment, theories of human perception, eye movement research, data visualisation, physical computing processing, ardunio, open source, practice-based/practice-led research

Physical Interaction: Spectrums of Perception

Workshop Leaders: David Gauthier, Jamie Allen
Keywords: electronics, physical, behaviour, interaction, arduino (http://www.arduino.cc),
embodiment, action, reaction, tangible, circuits

Day 1 – Arduino Starter kit, IR Transceiver pair, Sharp Distance sensor, assorted resistors,
assorted capacitors, assorted LEDs.
Day 2 – Arduino Starter kit, Ultrasound Transceiver pair, Ultrasound distance sensor,
assorted resistors, assorted capacitors, assorted LEDs.
Day 3 – Arduino Starter kit, small vibrating motor, assorted resistors, assorted capacitors,
assorted LEDs.”

 

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: