With help from DMC staff and the DMC’s Digital DaVinci Award, Jeanne Lee created the project “Blue Jay Emojis.” “Blue Jay Emojis” is a unique set of custom-made emojis and animated stickers tailored for the Johns Hopkins community, designed by the Johns Hopkins community.
- Digital Media Center
- Digital Imaging
- Ways to Learn
- Guest Artists
- The Digital DaVinci Award
Diana Hla was inspired to create her own podcast, Exploring Health Equity, after taking the DMC’s Podcast Bootcamp intersession course.
During the JHU Center for Visual Arts’ 2019 Annual Student Exhibition, Mecca McDonald projected curated digital works from the JHU community.
“Blue Jay Emojis” is a project idea for a unique set of custom-made emojis and animated stickers tailored for the Johns Hopkins community, designed by the Johns Hopkins community.
Irving Nestor came from a Computer Engineering background but has always loved film and film making. He created Operation First Light through Saul Zaentz Innovation Fund in Film & Media. He wanted to create a fun and exciting short film that brought out the inner-child of his audience.
On Thursday, February 7, 2019, we made Electronic Valentines! We used LED’s, conductive tape, conductive paint, and craft supplies to make one of a kind Valentine’s Day cards.
ConnexUs is an interactive light sculpture introduced to the JHU campus community at the 2018 Lighting of the Quad festival. Want to use it at your next event? Just contact us!
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!
Giovanna Molina and Simone Robbennolt have been recording, editing and sharing and successful podcast entitled “Audio Bios”
Justin Joyce, with the assistance of Gautam Prabhu and Russ Huang, completed a prototype in Spring of 2018 for a unique guitar-playing robot design called “Axel.”