Interactivity and Art Finals

Students in DIGA 231 Interactivity and Art learn how to program their own interactive software using Max/MSP and use Arduino boards to create a link between the physical and digital worlds. Students also learn how to use a variety of switches and sensors such as distance, light, pressure, knock, temperature, RFID and heart rate sensors.  The video below captures the exhibition of their final projects for the Fall 2009.

Category: DIGA Archive Tags: , , No Comments

Sparkfun National Tour

On Friday, October 18, Stetson will play host to the Sparkfun National Tour! This day-long workshop will teach participa...

Arduino @ Radio Shack

One of our alums (Michelle DuCharme, DIGA Sound 2011) was out today and spotted these: [caption id="attachment_1327" al...

Computer Music Finals

With the Fall semester drawing to a close, that means it is time for another set of Computer Music final project videos....

Comments are closed.