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  • (whistle blowing)

  • - Hello.

  • It's been another year.

  • It's close to the end of 2018.

  • Earlier this week was the ITP/IMA end of semester show.

  • ITP and IMA are a graduate and undergraduate

  • program here at Tisch School of the Arts

  • New York University.

  • So many students made so many

  • amazing and wonderful projects.

  • There's a long, 2 1/2 hour livestream of me

  • wandering around the entire thing, that you can watch.

  • But what you're about to see is a highlight reel

  • of a bunch of those projects.

  • Special thank you to Jenny Lim

  • for holding the camera during this long, livestream.

  • And also to Matthhieu Blanchette for always doing

  • such a wonderful job editing stuff on the coding train.

  • Happy Holidays.

  • Happy New Year.

  • See ya in 2019.

  • (bossa nova music)

  • - My name is Tushar.

  • I'm from India and this is a voice synthesizer

  • which makes music from your voice.

  • And it's not a normal synth that you can play music on.

  • You sort of collaborate with the synth.

  • And you say okay, make me some music using

  • these three or four notes and then the synth

  • gives you what it feel like today.

  • So, I record my voice.

  • (Tushar humming)

  • And then.

  • (synthesizer music)

  • So, there's an element of my voice in there.

  • There's also a synth.

  • It's called the Vo-5ynth, voice and synth set together.

  • And, of course, the drums is drums,

  • that's not from my voice.

  • (synthesizer music)

  • - I'm Ashley Lewis.

  • I made Lost and Found Bots.

  • They're these little robots that feel lost

  • without one another.

  • And when you connect their hands, they feel found.

  • So, these are them.

  • So, you can see they're little faces say lost.

  • And then when you connect their hands.

  • You have to bring them really close like they're hugging.

  • And then they'll feel found.

  • But it's a prototype for a bigger project.

  • I want a little robot society - Uh huh.

  • - Where there are like, 10, and you can connect

  • their hands in duos or trios to find out

  • what their rules of their society are.

  • And how they operate socially.

  • - My name is Stefan.

  • My partner is Julia Rich.

  • Unfortunately, they are not here right now

  • but I can do my best to explain on my own.

  • It's an interactive alien garden.

  • So, the idea is that it's sort of a

  • discovery experience.

  • So, users will come and touch things.

  • It's very tactile.

  • And just discover different interactions.

  • - I'm Jenny.

  • I'm from Taiwan.

  • And my background's UX designer.

  • - I'm Morgan, I'm from Reno, Nevada.

  • And my background's electrical engineering.

  • And this is called Reverie Field.

  • It's kind of a self reflection experience

  • where the user's prompted to think about a memory

  • and the emotions associated with that memory.

  • And then through, they use the hand panel.

  • Kind of transcend those emotions and the memory

  • into lights and manipulate the lights accordingly.

  • - [Woman] You are now entering a safe and calming space.

  • Think of a memory that has been on your mind lately.

  • Please, take a moment to focus on it.

  • (piano music)

  • - My name is Guillermo Montecinos and this project

  • is a collaboration with Sofia Suazo.

  • We built an AR and AI theremin

  • that you can play but it is not here

  • and you can't see it and you can't touch it.

  • But you can also play it.

  • (theremin music)

  • So, this is, like, a two person.

  • It's kind of interactive because the person there

  • is playing it and listen to the theremin and the other one

  • can see the theremin and listen to the playing.

  • - My name is Jaekook.

  • And this is project called Focus Helper.

  • This is based on the idea that how to reduce

  • misunderstanding in conversation.

  • So, I want to make people really private space.

  • So, just focus on their opponents.

  • So, on this side of this product

  • it has a magnifying glass and mics.

  • And if you're close to your person it focus

  • on their face and then it magnify their faces.

  • And you can hear more clearly the voice

  • of the partner or opponent.

  • (bossa nova music)

  • - Hello, I'm Eva.

  • I'm a first year at ITP.

  • I created a project about dyslexia.

  • So, I wanted to create a project that would

  • bring up the frustrations that dyslexics face

  • while learning a language.

  • So, I created an alphabet and are having people read

  • and write in this language that I made.

  • Over the headphones it'll say the letter

  • that you're scanning and so, you can kind of

  • decode the language.

  • And then when you're ready you can scan in the write section

  • and you can write any word that you want.

  • - My name is Marcella.

  • I'm from Brazil.

  • My project is called IMERSA.

  • It's a sculpture that builds itself when

  • you're there with it for it to happen.

  • Basically, I was thinking about my relationship

  • with, like, coming here and everything that happened.

  • Having to connect with a lot of people

  • and especially after what's happening in my country.

  • How hard it was for me to try to talk to people about it.

  • And try to create some empathy or something.

  • So, yeah, that's basically it.

  • - Hi, I'm Jasper from China.

  • Our project is called Pinning Puppets.

  • We are trying to show the relationship

  • between people and smartphones.

  • I'll put our phone here.

  • They will all be attracted by our smartphone.

  • And they keep moving their heads up and down.

  • We are doing a measure for showing the relationship

  • between people and smartphone.

  • You see puppet moving their heads up and down.

  • Just like, be constantly checking the message

  • from our smartphone.

  • And once you remove the phone

  • they go back to normal life.

  • Just like this.

  • - Hi, I'm Rebecca.

  • Fluto is a life sized flute.

  • And when you blow into your phone,

  • the balls in the flutes go up.

  • If you talk into the microphone really loudly

  • or you blow,

  • then they go up.

  • - Oh, I'm Joe Baker.

  • This is my fan.

  • I was inspired by the Japanese folding fans.

  • So, I decided just to make a really large one.

  • And make it express itself through, you know,

  • visuals and communicate with, you know, digital world.

  • - Hi, I'm Emily.

  • I'm from Los Angeles.

  • This is an interactive about how we can

  • power our days using solar cell.

  • And it tries to also detail some of the

  • complexities of that process.

  • So, this is the intro page but we can power our days.

  • And there are four different modules

  • that people can experience.

  • And one of the complexities is the voltage generated.

  • It's the voltage that can be generated

  • from the solar panels.

  • And you can see the relation between the position

  • of the house and the angle of the light

  • and how that makes a difference.

  • - My name is Sukanya and the project is called

  • merry go sound.

  • So, there's eight spindles and these discs

  • which have a sort of pattern on them,

  • and each spindle is assigned a different sound.

  • So, as you place the discs and try different combinations

  • you can generate different melodies

  • and different patterns and rhythms.

  • - I'm Sarah.

  • I'm from Boston or Brookline.

  • - I'm Apoorva, I'm from Chicago.

  • - Our project is an interactive solar system.

  • And what you would do is you would first,

  • you have your little rocket ship.

  • And you can select any planet that you want to look at.

  • And then you pick up this little controller.

  • And then move it around and that will kind of--

  • - [Reporter] Can we try one?

  • - [Sarah] Yeah, sure, go ahead, yeah.

  • And then that will control the rotation of the planet.

  • - [Reporter] It's working so well.

  • - [Sarah] Yeah.

  • - I'm Xiaotong from China and this is my project.

  • This is a sound instrument.

  • And we can trigger some.

  • And also change the pitch at the same time.

  • Like, you can see the water's decreased.

  • (tapping on glass)

  • The pitch will be different.

  • - I'm Sachiko Nakajima from Japan.

  • I'm first year ITP student.

  • This is my ICM project.

  • So, you can make paintings via sound.

  • So, like a ringing here. (bells ringing)

  • Something like this, or.

  • (seeds rattling)

  • So, different timbre generates different color.

  • And the size of the paint is based on that amplitude.

  • (bossa nova music)

  • - Hi, my name's Effy.

  • And I'm showing my NIME, new interface for music expression

  • class project.

  • My music instrument is called the War Fan.

  • And then is a human body scale folding fan

  • that opens up in two directions.

  • I'm going to show you.

  • This is one direction.

  • This is the other direction.

  • - [Reporter] Wow.

  • - And then with the sensors attached to it

  • there's accelerometer and a contact mic.

  • It's picking up acoustic sound

  • and then sending signals to the computer

  • and then making different sound effects

  • and synthesized music.

  • - I'm Billy Bennett.

  • And this is the Sand Ocean, as you said.

  • So, I basically suspended sand above a speaker.

  • And the speaker vibrates the air which moves the sand

  • in interesting patterns and stuff.

  • And different notes will make it move more or less

  • depending on how it resonates.

  • Low notes move the sand more, so.

  • - Wow. - Yeah.

  • - [Reporter] That's amazing.

  • - I'm Atharva.

  • - Hi, I'm Arnab.

  • - Lilian.

  • - Alright, so what did you make?

  • - We made this thing which is The mystery machine.

  • It's a set of six or seven puzzles

  • depending on how you play it.

  • And there's a back story to it about cat videos.

  • So, there's a evil guy, Orion, who's created this virus

  • to destroy all cat videos on the internet.

  • And we have a friend, Mitchell Guardsky

  • who wrote the antivirus to that to save

  • all the cat videos inside this machine.

  • So, we want to plug the machine in,

  • solve all of the puzzles and make sure

  • we have cat videos for the internet.

  • - Hi, my name is Alvin and this is a project that I did.

  • And the name of it is called Space between us.

  • It's a lighting installation.

  • And it's composed of two separate screens on each side.

  • And also what I was saying on both side they're