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CreativeCodingClub#1

In april AIRLab hosted the very first Creative Coding Club! Creative Coding Club is a workshop aimed at establishing an informal coding-events for students all across ITU. For this initial soft launch of CCC, we invited students to design an Album Artwork in Processing. The workshop was kicked off with a general introduction to Processing and generative art, before we initiated a lot of sketching and coding. Collaboration between students let to a lot of original and icon album artwork! Check out our Instagram-Profile for more!    

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LY

LY is a reimagining of our relationship with nature and is the result of a redesign process which started as a critique of the app SHELTER. The app represents an ontological view of nature which sees humans and nature as two separates. This project challenges this view and creates a more sensory and emotional nature experience, grounded in a holistic nature-human ontology. LY is a sensory experience that lets you interact with a nature soundscape through touch-based interactions. The physical installation consists of carefully selected nature elements which is combined to create a wall mounted panel that connote nature. When you put on the attached noise cancelling…

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Modelling fear in players for an AI-driven horror game

As part of an individual specialization, I am working on an individual project in collaboration with the graduation project of one of the "Animation Director"-students at the Danish Filmschool. The project at the Filmschool spans two semesters (Fall 2021 and Spring 2022), and is an AI-driven horror game with a heavy emphasis on narrative and empathy. The game is named "Church in the Wild", themed around a nightmarish virtual reality controlled by an Artificial Intelligence, and developed in Unreal Engine 4 for the PC. The project at the Filmschool is a collaboration between students from the Filmschool, several differnet Universities, and other higher educations, where…

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The Living Tree

The Living Tree is an interactive sound installation where surface transducers are deployed in a real-life setting to design an immersive and affectively engaging interaction exploring the life of trees. The surface transducer technology emits vibrations through whatever material you press it against, turning the material into a speaker. When you touch and place your ear onto the trunk of the tree, you hear sounds of water running through the wooden veins combined with a heavy pulse and breathing that make the tree come alive sonically. Using Kinect sensors, we give people the ability to interact with the tree by moving around and climbing on it, causing…

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Diary of Niels

Diary of Niels is an interactive museum exhibition piece. The diary is a medium through which the fictional house ghost Niels communicates with museum guests and shares memories of the life on Greve Farm in the 1800s.     Greve Museum consists of various exhibitions about life in the city of Greve through history. One of their permanent exhibitions is that of the farm house, an authentic old farm.   The research objective was first of all to uncover whether the consequences of the museological paradigm shift was even at play in Danish museums, and if so, how to possibly design for it. Prototype video…

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