Camp for Creative Technology


A lot of what we do at ITP aligns well with the maker community, but understandably, not everybody is in the position to go to a two year graduate program. But if you're in NYC this summer and are looking to get a taste of what ITP is all about,... Read more »

HeartWave Converts Your Pulse into Water Ripples

Engin Ayaz, Tak Cheung, and Doug Kanter created HeartWave, a tabletop device which uses water ripples to visualize the heartbeat of two people at once. The sides of the tank are equipped with Polar heart beat sensors, which actuate electromagnets to pulse a fin, generating each wave. According to Doug,... Read more »

High Five Tracker Captures the Action

ITP students Matt Tennie and Lily Szjanberg designed and built a device depicting Michael Jackson with an exaggeratedly large, sparkly hand hanging from the ceiling at their school. Whenever someone gives MJ a high five, a switch is triggered, sending serial data to a Processing sketch. The sketch then tells... Read more »

ITP 2010 Spring Show

The ITP Spring Show 2010 (a two day exhibition of interactive projects, sound and physical computing at NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program Tisch School of the Arts) was a blast! Read more »

ITP summer camp in NYC this June

Be bold. Make something this summer. Come to ITP and learn to use the latest tools. For 30 years ITP has been a hub of experimentation in art, media and technology. For the first time this June we are inviting non-students, working professionals from the New York City area, to... Read more »