Projects

Gingerbread Bromo Seltzer Tower

Detail view of the "Gingerbread Bromo Seltzer Tower" bird on base with candy canes created at the DMC

JHU students created a Baltimore-themed gingerbread house based on the iconic Bromo Seltzer Tower. The DMC’s 3-D printer was used to create the top of the tower, and the ice cream cone trees were lit from the inside with LEDs. An Arduino motorized fondant Raven skated on a mirrored pond

Interactive Soft Sculpture

Students making "Mergatrudes Children" multimedia fiber constructions with electronics

In April 2011, a group of students created soft sculptures with interactive circuits for display in the Soft Circuits gallery show at Transmodern 2011. The sculptures were hand sewn from cotton fabric, dyed and natural wool, hand spun yard, and filled with batting. Battery operated circuits were created with conductive

Interstices

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  Interstices was a dynamic light installation in the Gillman Tunnel. The installation, which responded to nearby motion and ambient temperature, was conceived and built by Hopkins students and staff. This interdisciplinary multimedia project brought together artists and programmers, hardware and software. The electronic components of the piece include 128 RGB LEDs,

Bito-Com

This project was created as a means to visually enhance performances as well as to give a trumpeter some musical freedom with different kinds of sounds. Bito-Com uses a silent brass mute to input the audio from the trumpet into a computer. Then, a Max MSP patch manipulates the trumpet

Developing Apps for Online Social Networks

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JHU graduate students Carol Reiley and Dan Mirota created and taught an Intersession class in which groups of students developed applications for online social networks such as Facebook. The focus of the class was to utilize user feedback in an interactive, responsive development process in order to more efficiently and

Twitter Jay and the Recyclists

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JHU students organized the first Hopkins team entry in the world-renowned Baltimore Kinetic Sculpture Race. Complying with stringent race requirements, student engineers and artists collaborated to create a human-powered sculpture to compete in an all-terrain race that traverses sand, mud and water. Twitter Jay, the team’s entry, represents the best

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