字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 - Hello, happy holidays, almost happy new year. I am standing here at ITP and IMA in Brooklyn, New York, two school of the arts in New York University where just a few days ago this whole floor was full of over 100 projects, student work from the ITP and IMA programs on the fourth floor of 370 Jay Street. And we looked at 91 projects. You can see that full three and a half hour live stream by following the link in this video subscription but what you're about to watch is a shorter highlight reel of a bunch of projects made by a wonderful group of students. I hope you enjoy them. I hope you have had a great 2019 and I look forward to seeing you on the coding train in 2020. Goodbye. (lively music) - So, I'm Aidan Fowler. - I'm Nicole Cabalquinto. - And this is our lenticular portal room. So, we're doing experiments with a lenticular lens which is if you've seen bookmarks that have moving images that's what we're working with here. And it stretches and magnifies the light. So, we're doing different experiments here. We have a 3-dimensional box, moving lenses that are rotating and then these flat sunrises over the ocean. - [Nicole] There's nothing in the box. Shall we do the reveal, like what actually is inside? - [Aidan] It's an empty box. - [Nicole] It's an empty box but there's a thousand LEDs in here. - Hi, I'm Tina. - I'm Christina. - And this project is called One Amongst Many. It's a physical data visualization representing women in computing. - So, as you pick up these orbs they illuminate to full brightness and you can see every woman that we chose as a cohort with a bunch of other women. So, we have computer scientists, mathematicians. As you pick an orb up and read about a certain woman, other women in her cohort will also illuminate. And as the orbs are interacted with over time they get incrementally brighter. - My name is Lu Lyu and this is an installation that show everybody has a mountain on their ridge of hand. I have to tell the rock what is the shape of my hand and it will turn into a mountain which is my own mountain. And I want everybody to have a nature connection when they see their ridge of their hand. - Hi, I'm Winnie and so these are from my data class. I'm from Hong Kong so I did a lot of projects about the protest and specifically focusing on the narratives. I'm really interested in non-traditional approaches to protest and the focus on narratives is because I feel like our ability to craft our own narrative is something that's really powerful and healing. These two projects are about police and protestors and so I have these YouTube videos that I script the transcript from and I did these generated texts and also with the most common words I made these fridge magnets that people could interact with. And then this piece here is all the protest information I have consumed from September up until now. So, as you hover you could see the articles and the brighter the box is the more articles I have read in that hour of the day. - So, my name is Themis. My project is basically a block puzzle game where you can build the correct sentence. You have to use the green blocks in this case. This is basically like a learning tool for kids. Carrot full. No, say that try again. Takes a fall. And basically that's it. (lively music) - I'm Andri, and so my project's a VR project and it uses VR to tell a poetic experience about exploring flashbacks and what it means to have control over our own experiences and memory. So, that man that you see is supposed to represent trauma. So, the first time you go through this experience it's like going and walking around and you may experience something horrific happen. And now this part is supposed to represent how memory will try to understand that. So, the memory if you've ever unfortunately experienced something like bad happen, you might replay that memory in your head over and over again. And if he ever chooses to stop he can stop time and stop everyone from moving but he can never prevent what's gonna happen. And so, he is like looping this memory. (various musical tones) - So, it's really a struggle. It's about patience, essentially finding where you need to be and then adjusting accordingly. I've only had a few hours on this so I'm still trying to figure out actually to be able to play this but I've seen some other people do some interesting things on this. (various musical tones) - I'm Jordan Rickman. This is Web/Wall. It's my nine project. So, we build our own musical instrument and then we perform with it. As you can hear it produces a lot of different, just an interesting and chaotic sounds. - Hi, I'm Cy. I'm the coding training community manager. Also, a first year at ITP. So, this project is called the Black Projections Project and basically I built what I call a portal mapping device. So, it's a map that potentially could help you unlock a portal and it talks about or investigates space, time and how those are all connected to a lot of different moments that are happening. And you basically explore it with a magnet you move across the points and then different images are projected on the screen. - My name is Ada and this is my project. It's Noise. It's an audio enhanced optical illusion. The visual pattern is a vortex. The center shifts depending on where you are looking at it. So, as the viewer moves around in space, it triggers, also triggers the audio changes in the headphone that corresponds to the direction of the moving center of the vortex. (high pitched sound) - My name is Rita and this project is in collaboration with Max De Silva and it's a choose your own adventure code. You can sit your headphones and you start it by saying, "Hi, Sailors." And then it gives you a list of questions you can ask and you hear a story that will change every time. - [Female Speaker] Hi, sailors. - [Art Project] Hi, stranger. You can ask us the following questions in any order and you can ask the same question more than once until we reach our destination. - [Female Speaker] Who are you? - [Art Project] I am a sailor who will cross the ocean to get where I need to get and do what I need to do. - [Female Speaker] Why did you leave? - [Art Project] I left because my father owned a dark mountain of anger where he wanted me to live. I loved freedom more than I loved him. - Hey, so, I'm Lachlan. I'm a first year student here at IMA and so I made a website called Gun Funded and it's a visualization of the gun lobby's funding of US Congress. Like where I'm from in Pennsylvania, you can see the total and how the funding is disproportionately goes to Republican men in Congress. And so, you can go to anyone's profile. You can share these. You can see lists of top Senators and Representatives. So, that's Gun Funded and it's GunFunded.com - I'm Jake Sherwood. My project is called ClimateScape. It's a kinetic art installation to raise awareness for climate change and the human effect on the climate. It's representing four future potential climate change scenarios going from best case to worst case. So, as you progress through the installation it gets more and more chaotic. So, this is best case producing a more tranquil softer sound and then as you get through it gets more chaotic and becomes scary at the end. - My name is Alvaro Lacouture. - I'm Nicole Ginelli. - And our project is a object tracking installation that tracks objects to control different types of animations in real time. So, we have these spheres that develop the animation tracking. - [Nicole] So, we're using them to connect to the track of the size of the spheres and the light, the brightness of the spheres. So, we're getting really smooth tracking with these which are being sent to the 3-D part of the system in unity. (lively music) - I'm Sachiko Nakajima. I did the second year and I have a light installation which is based on the mathematics. And so, here as you can see there is a KDB equation which simulates a wave in a shallow water. But it seems to be difficult but it can be also simulated by a very simple method is like, like I said, automatic. So, it goes through the process vehicle space so big wave goes faster but the small wave goes slower. So, it's very similar to the real world. Small wave goes slowly but this wave goes faster and there also you can see a small wave goes slowly and big wave goes faster. - My name is Yongkun and here Fanyi. - Hi, I'm also the creator of this project. - [Yongkun] The idea of this project is to let people to interact what they are doing in the routine life and then be aware of what they are doing because normally sometimes people are doing those things. So, we made a box which can reflect what people are doing in their daily life. So, we set some of the interaction in the room, in the real sighted room and every action they do in the room will be reflecting in the small box. - So, I'm Fernando and I'm creating this character call The Fire Bird and to embody the character which you put on these gloves. And imagine here a performing arts context. So, depending on the gestures you make you get a different sound and also you change the position of this 3-D object on the screen and you can change the color of the object making different gestures related to the narrative I'm creating. So, it can make fire and you get a red object or you can make like a tree and you get a green object. And you can make like this and this is bird. So, you can fly. You can embody The Fire Bird and you can fly around carrying this seed that is inside the belly of The Fire Bird. - My name is Pippa Kelmenson. I worked on this project with Noah Kernis. He also has a brother. We made a heart that beats to the beat of your own pulse. There's a monitor on the outside and there's a motor inside of elastic heart. Basically you just put your index finger on the pulse sensor and then you can see your pulse beat in real time in a heart. - I'm Julian Mathews. This is the hour glass. So, there is climate change related data correlated to the visual on this sculpture. So, this is a statistic related to bees. If the bee disappeared off the face of the Earth, humans would only have four years left to live. There's some static ones, another static one, and then these require some user input. This is mean to visualize rising sea levels so you can use a slider to demonstrate that. This is the approximate hue of the Flint River water during peak crisis, a little bit terrifying that was coming out of people's faucets.