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ITP Winter Show 2006

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Nat writes –

“If you are in the NY area, don’t miss the two-day festival of interactive sight, sound and technology from the student artists and innovators at ITP. An oversized Greenwich Village loft houses the computer labs, rotating exhibitions, and production workshops that are ITP — the Interactive Telecommunications Program. 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 uniquely dedicated to pushing the boundaries of interactivity in the real and digital worlds. A hands-on approach to experimentation, production and risk-taking make this hi-tech fun house a creative home not only to its 230 students, but also to an extended network of the technology industry’s most daring and prolific practitioners.”Link.

I’ll be there Sunday or Monday, if you plan on going drop a comment and maybe we can meet up.

Related:

  • Photos from ITP in Sept 2006 – Link.

1 thought on “ITP Winter Show 2006

  1. I checked out the show today and had a great time!

    The crowds are thick, but take your time checking out the exhibits that interest you and ask lots of questions! These folks are doing some really nifty things with microcontrollers and sensors. My personal favorite, probably because I want to see more of the research done, was a project that sensed personal space and the pulse of the wearer. The students were looking to correlate how the size of personal space correlated to their comfort level.

    Other interesting exhibits included a red LED matrix (the most visually appealing to me for it’s unmistakable appearance,) which acted a bit like the video wall at Blip earlier this month, and a persistence-of-vision device that displayed a globe (amongst other interesting displays.)

    Good job, ITP! That was a lot of fun.

    Bill

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