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Computational Design Faculty Search at CMU

The School of Design at Carnegie Mellon University has announced a Tenure-Track Faculty Search in Design and Computation, for a position beginning August 2011: http://www.design.cmu.edu/show_job.php?id=795 The Position We are seeking a dynamic individual working in computational design to tackle global concerns, with experience in one or more of the following areas: information visualization and data […]

GML Stenciler: Laser Cut Patterns from Graffiti Markup Language

We announce the release of GMLStenciler, an open-source software project for converting Graffiti Markup Language (GML) drawings into vector-art stencils suitable for laser cutting. This free tool solves the problem of transforming GML’s widthless linear strokes into adjustably-thickened stencil patterns with automatically bridged islands. GMLStenciler is built in openFrameworks, an open-source C++ toolkit 
for creative […]

Announcing: An Exhibition of Student Projects!

What: Projects from “Special Topics in Interactive Art & Computational Design“ Where: Carnegie Mellon STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, CFA-111 When: Wednesday, 28 April 2010, 4:30-6:00pm Golan LEVIN (Associate Professor of Electronic Art) and Patrick Gage KELLEY (Teaching Assistant and PhD Student, CS), are proud to present capstone projects and other treats from our interdisciplinary Spring […]

Interactive projections for Richard III, at CMU

For Matt Gray’s production of Richard III at Carnegie Mellon, MFA student Riley Harmon and I developed an interactive projection system of “static noise” on the bodies of actors playing the roles of “ghosts”. An infrared computer vision system built in openFrameworks is used to track the bodies of the “ghost” performers. Imagery of a […]

Wats:ON Festival at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, March 17-20

Next week, the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry will host the Wats:ON Festival, which brings interdisciplinary artistic innovators to campus to share their insights through a diverse offering of lectures, performances, workshops and exhibitions. This year’s festival has been curated by Pablo Garcia and Spike Wolff, and is themed around “Virtuality” — events include a lecture […]