Coursework, notes, and progress while attending NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP)

Monthly Archives: October 2015

Drone Strike Deaths

Every time I open this project I can’t help but work on the next component, but for the purposes of this week’s assignment, a preliminary version is here. The Intercept recently published a series of articles based on leaked documents obtained detailing U.S. government [attempted] assassinations of targets in Afghanistan, Yemen, and Somalia. Already intrigued by […]

PhotoCube

This week we learned about p5.dom and how to create things beyond the canvas. I tried creating a sketch where you could take a photo of yourself and then see it on the side of a rotating cube, but this proved very challenging. I modified this idea a bit, and hope people will be amused […]

My friend’s twitter poetry animated

I drew inspiration from these flash animated poems and my friend’s twitter poetry to create a page where you can cycle through three animated poems. These don’t quite work right yet for a number of reasons. The code is basically three constructor functions with a button, and using the mousePressed function to switch between calls to a write […]

Always-lose game update

For this week’s assignment, we were taking old code and cleaning it up with functions and/or javascript objects, as appropriate. I found I was still using a lot of redundant code when creating and animating the falling ellipses, “food,” and solicited Lauren’s help to learn how to use for loops and arrays for this kind […]