Chris Ray

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Final Project Presentation and Site Final Project

Final Project Storyline’s_journey.htm#Practical The Hero’s Journey Outline The Hero’s Journey is a pattern of narrative identified by the American scholar Joseph Campbell that appears in drama, storytelling, myth, religious ritual, and psychological development.  It describes the typical adventure of the archetype known as The Hero, the person who goes out and achieves great deeds on behalf of …

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Final Project Precedents

Completely Digital Interactive Book: E-page and Conductive Ink: Invisible Ink

Final Project: Magic Book.

For my final project I would like to expand on my 7 in 7 project incorporating the edited pictures and a story with each picture into a large book based project. I would like to do a wood or 3D printed box to hold the frame for a long single sheet scroll. The pictures and …

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Instruction Sets For Strangers / Week 6 Reading Response

‘The Social Life of Small Urban Spaces’ and ‘Cultural Probes’   The first thing I will note about these articles is the futility of researching and attempting to classify the Human Experience because of its amorphous and temporary nature. Not only do we all have our own tendencies and predispositions, these change as our lives …

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Feedback Loop Project Presentation

BKM1 FeedbackLoop

Digital – Digital – Physical Mashup Presentation

SIRP – Auto Race Riot Presentation in Power-Point Format

Maker Faire – Interesting Interfaces

Interesting Interfaces: The first one that I’d like to mention, and coincidentally, the last item I saw (and also spent the most time viewing) was a thesis project from one of our own: Paweena Prachanronarong’s Blockuits. A full description can be found on her portfolio website at: I choose this exhibit because, as I …

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Reading Assignment – Week 5 Day 1:

  Reading Assignment – Week 5 Day 1: Harnessing the Power of Feedback Loops While I could agree, or at least do not have evidence to refute the technical results implied in this article I do not agree with some of the psychological implications that are not addressed as thoughtfully in this article. The first …

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Week 3 – Reading Assignment Day 2

Week 3 – Reading Assignment Day 2   I believe that the Mashup Readings for Week 3 can be framed really well in context with Monday’s reading on Prototyping. To frame this context we jump from he representational role of prototyping to the tangent role of problem solving. There is a clear theme in almost …

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