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  • - 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.