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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. MOTIV User Testing »
    MOTIV User Testing »

    Mar 21, 2011

    Last week I started a meetup on meetup.com for anybody interested in trying out MOTIV and perhaps even writing some pieces for it. We had 15 signups in the first week and a few folks came this Saturday to play around with it. I’m really happy with the response so far, but there’s still a […]

  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. This Is Getting Intense »

    Mar 10, 2011

    Post-It sketches of potential gestural visualizations Today I’m down at sxsw. If you’re here and want to meet up, tweet @strangenative! Before I skipped town for a bit of nerdy r&r I did a bit more work on developing my prototype. At the encouragement of the gentlemen of berg I began thinking about how I […]

  5. Basic Control Prototype Complete! »

    Feb 24, 2011

    By jove I’ve done it! With the final element of expressive control under my belt, I’m looking forward to getting the gestural control experiments under way. This is when it starts to get exciting, people! I’ve also hatched a plan to begin working with an electronic musician, or perhaps a few, to create compositions with […]