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  1. MOTIV in the New York Times »

    Jul 21, 2011

    You know it’s a good day when you sleep in, roll out of bed to put on a fresh pot of coffee, sit back on the couch with a delicious bowl of fresh fruit and open the newspaper for a leisurely read only to find A GINORMOUS PHOTO OF YOU PRESENTING YOUR THESIS ABOVE THE […]

  2. Fresh Blood & The Future »

    Jun 01, 2011

    It’s been a spring full of big announcements for me. First, getting engaged, then finishing up my masters degree, launching my open-source gestural music application, MOTIV, and the hits just keep coming. I’ve got two big announcements this week… AIGA Fresh Blood I’ve been selected to present my thesis work from the SVA Interaction Design […]

  3. Calling All Collaborators »

    Mar 12, 2011

    This morning I attended what I thought was a presentation on community building at sxsw. It turned out to be less of a presentation, and more of a sharing and discussion group about the communities we were building. Uh oh. I suddenly realized how far I had sat down from the exit doors. I hadn’t […]

  4. We Are Go for Launch »

    Mar 04, 2011

    A few things happened this week. Jack Schulz and Matt Jones of berg stopped by the sva studio to lead some students in a weeklong workshop. It was amazing. We made nonsensical product drawings, re-imagined the average household thermostat as something you might see in a book about cooky Japanese inventions by making paper prototypes, […]

  5. A Skeleton to Call My Own »

    Jan 23, 2011

    After about a week of what seemed like slamming my head into an impenetrable wall of code I finally got Roxlu’s ofxOpenNI addon to run! I had another version of OpenNI running in the Processing environment, but running it in openFrameworks gives me A LOT of room to grow. What you see above is the […]