Greg Dorsainville

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November 17, 2013

NOC Cosmos: Shader Galaxy

Posted the processing sketch on github. This October we were invited to take for a spin a unique opportunity, even for ITP. Dave Pentecost over at the Lower East Side Girl’s Club has built an exquisite planetarium because, well, building your own planetarium is indeed very awesome. He wants to usher in an era of DIY …

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November 5, 2011

[ITP2800] TechCrumbs documentation

Check out the demo here: Problem: This past weekend, the UN reported the 7 billionth person was born on earth. In about 200 years, we went from having 1 billion people on our planet to 7 billion. You might think that space is a problem, but you would be wrong. We have plenty of …

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October 5, 2011

[ITP2800] Occupy Wall Street + Tor for mobile devices

Document a contentious public event with a mobile device I went down to occupy wall street, and documented some of the goings on there. I avoided videotaping the police, and wanted to focus on the interesting people there and the events. I was able to ask a friend why they came down that evening. I …

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September 30, 2011

[Understanding Networks ] Pong Game Controller

[vimeo][/vimeo] Assignment: Socket exercise: communicating in realtime. I will give you a game platform and the protocols to log in and communicate with it. Make a client to log in and play. Work in Processing, Flash, Arduino or whatever environment is comfortable to you. 

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May 13, 2011

[PCOMP] Media Controller Documentation

The team Zane Brzezinski, Seth Hamlin and I constructed a device that when you put on a wrist cuff, and play with a rubix cube, it alters a processing sketch. The processing sketch is a mimim visualization that plays tones (mp3’s) orchestrated by zane. The orientation of the wrist band is measured by an accelerometer which …

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May 13, 2011

[PCOMP]: koolkster documentation

This spring for our Physical Computer final, Zane Brzezinski, Seth Hamlin and I sought to use the varied knowledge we have accumulated this semester and attempt to realize Seth’s dream of creating a device that could change the relationship a waiter has with their customers. Call it a koolkster, call it krazykoaster, the quail, or …

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April 2, 2011

[VATOW] buttercamp 2011

It has been a week since buttercamp 2011 at ITP and my mind is still trying to wrap around its impact. Buttercamp was an attempt by the makers and advocates of the javascript library popcorn.js to teach individuals its vast possibilities, primarily in expanding the toolkit available to filmmakers and to get feedback on the …

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March 2, 2011

[pcomp] lab 5: sound and servo

i’ve got to say, making sounds out of that little speaker was ridiculously fun. as was moving a servo.  i think it’s time to think of making very fun r2d2 like bleeps for my next project. [vimeo][/vimeo]

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January 30, 2011

Pcomp 2011

Go here to read my adventures in pcomp The second semester, spring 2011, of my ITP experience, i took Physical Computing led by Rory Nugent. These are my stories. Some LED’s and breadboards actual names were changed in order to ground them.

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May 10, 2009

Event: ITP Spring Show 2009

ITP Spring Show 2009 A two-day festival of interactive sight, sound and technology from the student artists and innovators at ITP. Founded in 1979 as the first graduate education program in alternative media, ITP has grown into a living community of technologists, theorists, engineers, designers, and artists. This two-year graduate program gives 220 students the …

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