Learn how to record, edit and promote your own podcast! In an era of political unrest, podcasts have become a powerful means of expressing personal voices and generating civil discourse. As a collaboration between the Writing Seminars and the Digital Media Center, the Podcast Bootcamp presents students with an
The DMC is excited to host a lecture and Q&A from Aaron Heinkin and Wendel Patrick from the Out of the Blocks podcast!
Leonardo Da Vinci was the quintessential Renaissance thinker who combined ideas from many disciplines. What ideas do you have to lead us into a new era? What tools, materials, and mentoring would it take to get your idea off the napkin and into the real world? Is your idea Leonardo-worthy? The DMC has money available for creative projects!
During Fall orientation the JHU Digital Media Center invited incoming freshman and their parents/guardians to pose for family portraits and share their stories, thoughts, and feelings about the transition to Hopkins. Everyone’s audio recordings were mixed together to create a soundscape serving as a shared reflection on the transition to college at Johns
View from the Nest: Class of 2017 was an opportunity for seniors to capture their last semester on campus. This project was a virtual yearbook, open-sourcing footage from seniors to create a video montage that was shown at graduation. Using funds from the DMC’s Creative Use of Technology Grant, the
John Rattray is creating a prototype for a low cost alternative to automated and remote controlled window blinds using 3D modeling, 3D printing, and smart phone application design. He hopes that this low cost alternative can be used to assist individuals with disabilities.
As a Film and Media Studies and Writing Seminars major, Danielle has created many short films. Her most recent film “Nour” is about a young girl who feels self-conscious about wearing a hijab at her new school. In order to make this film Danielle was awarded the Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund in
Using the DMC’s Graphics Enhanced Workstation, Stephanie Herrera creates cartoons for the JHU Newsletter. She is most known for her “punny” ghost cartoons featuring high quality graphics and cheeky wordplay.
A weekend of new electronic music and ideas comes to JHU. March 3-5, 2017 The sounds of electronically produced music are the most common sounds one hears in popular culture and media. What was once rare and only available to avant-garde composers and music industry producers, is accessible to millions in the form
Amelia Voos and her team (Max Jarcho, Dan Matsumoto, Danielle Naassana, Bridget Chen, K.J. Burnett, TJ Jois, Irving Nestor, and Chris Wend) combined their efforts with technical support and artistic guidance from the DMC to create this interactive artwork, “Enlighten” which debuted at JHU’s 2016 Lighting of the Quads. Enlighten