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May 30th

For this project i hooked up two flex sensors, one force sensor and one infrared sensor to an Arduino. The values outputed by sensors are going into Max/MSP and max is sending bangs to Garage Band. In garage band i selected a synthesizer. Therefore, every-time i trigger a sensor, i would get a different note [...]

May 24th

>The super mario hacks are based on larger work we are doing called eyewriter: eyewriter.org which is creating an open source, cheap eye tracker, that has the potential to help alot of people. At tech crunch, we got our 2.0 design up and running and hooked it up to mario brothers, as well as looked [...]

May 20th

Multiplicidade is a project created and directed by the visual artist Batman Zavareze, which seeks collaboration from multidisciplinary artists. During each presentation, unconventional spectacles that produce unseen visual and musical combinations are developed. Uniting music and digital art, the project stimulates encounters between artists in order to develop innovative technological and artistic concepts.

May 20th

This installation was developed at the Interactive Telecommunications Programe at NYU. The installation consists of a cascade water system that recycles its own water. There is an interactive projection on the waterfall, which was developed in MAX MSP/ Jitter. When you come close to the projection, the sea creatures react to the person’s presence.

Waterfall Installation [...]

May 20th

For our physical computing class, we built a juke box using arduino and an MP3 chip. The juke box worked as a time traveling machine, since you could choose from a variety of years, geographic region, politics, culture, and music to listen to and browse.

Juke Box from Lucas Werthein on Vimeo.

May 20th

Android Golem from Lucas Werthein on Vimeo.
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When we first started to work on this project, we were intrigued by the fact that a hand held mobile device would control a robot. We’ve been interested in physical computing and Arduino since the day we arrived at ITP. Therefore, it made sense to develop a project that [...]

May 20th

This project was developed in processing with Adib Dada. We programmed processing to read images from a camera. When two people are in front of the camera, the red ball drops and they can play a bouncing ball game against each other while projected onto a screen.

Interactive Header Game from Lucas Werthein on Vimeo.

May 16th

This was our final project for our Physical Computing class. We had 5 buckets with piezo sensors, hooked up to an Arduino which controlled pixels on the screen. Depending on which drum you would hit, different pixels would be revealed on the screen. Therefore, the faster you play, the more pixels you would reveal. The [...]

May 16th

For one of my assignments for Video for New Media Class, I had to make a still video based on the idea behind the french film La Jetee. Allison and I teamed together and we made a short film about a post made on the misconnections section of Craiglist. The post was: Saturday night around [...]

May 16th

A short one minute clip that portraits the speed, rythme, and flow of New York City.

Pulse from Lucas Werthein on Vimeo.

May 16th

Small project done in After Effects, using animation, cloning, and video.

Killing Bugs with my Clone from Lucas Werthein on Vimeo.