Tech in: Joy — Interactive Works from the Tech Arts Practicum at Georgia Tech and Eyedrum

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This exhibition features interactive works, computational music installations, and tech-augmented performance from the Tech Arts Practicum (TAP) at Georgia Tech in collaboration with Eyedrum and local artists. It is funded by the Ivan Allen College DILAC and GT FIRE programs.

This event will have two showings: Saturday, May 6 from 7 - 11 p.m. and Sunday, May 7 from 2 - 5 p.m. at the Eyedrum Art & Music Gallery.

Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/647217878797842/

GT Tech Arts Practicum installations:

Lines of Flight (82 Forsyth): an audience collaboration with dancers to co-create a dance visualization
Chelsi Cocking, Mirina Garo, Bella Dorado, Jackson Morgan, Mary Stuart Hall
Scheduled performances: 7:30pm, 8:30pm, 9:30pm (Sat.), 2:30pm, 3:30pm (Sun.)

Fictional Inspirations (84 Forsyth): real-life experiences with a fictional technology, the Sorting Hat from Harry Potter
Soumya Gosukonda, William Neidecker-Gonzalez, Jessica Brooke Anderson, Pedro Arevalo

VR Gods (84 Forsyth): a virtual reality experience exploring a musical forest
Pierce McBride, Brendan Cecere, Jessica Brooke Anderson, Josh Moore, Dan Singer

Sound Happening (86 Forsyth): playing with bouncy balls to generate music
Dan Singer, Agneya Kerure, Pedro Arevalo, Josh Moore

Story Circle (86 Forsyth - loft): computer-generated abstract visualizations of the stories we tell together
Duri Long, Sanjana Gupta, Jessica Brooke Anderson

Additional installations from GT Digital Media:

LuminAI (rooftop - access via 3rd floor of garage): improvisational dance dome - the world’s first AI / human shadow theater rave
Duri Long, Mikhail Jacob, Lauren Winston, Dor Hananel, Brian Magerko

Drawing Apprentice (84 Forsyth): collaborative drawing with a robotic partner
Nicholas Davis, Yash Singh, Chih-Pin Hsiao, Brenda Lin, Ricardo Macias, Brian Magerko

LightCube (86 Forsyth): responsive light portal that responds to everyday objects on its four sides
Josh Moore, Logan Sand, Dan Singer, Michael Nitsche 



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  • Created By:Daniel Singer
  • Created:04/03/2017
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  • Modified:05/04/2017


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