Below is student work from a graduate MFA course in Data Visualization at Texas State University. Students in this course used Processing to create data visualizations and CartoDB to create interactive maps. Students did not have any coding experience.
Design Circles: Employment relationships between designers, developers, and art directors.
Crime & Moonlight: Moon phases and violent crime reports in Austin
INTEGRATED ART & ENGINEERING
Below is student work from an undergraduate and graduate course in Integrated Art and Engineering at Georgia Institute of Technology in 2012. I was able to develop and fund this course due to a grant I received from the National Science Foundation. I directed and supervised students in this course to actualize projects at the intersections of art and engineering by any means necessary. We used Arduino microcontrollers, custom circuits, digital fabrication equipment, and other fabrication and development tools.
This project is called Petri Maps and is a Google Maps-like application for the microscopic by Blacki Migliozzi.
High resolution images of human cells from the Petri Maps project.
Crash by Brandon Strellis, made from car parts with an interactive kaleidoscope made from broken windshield glass at Integrated Art & Engineering Exhibition, 2012.
Jessica Li's Mechanized Armillary Sphere.
Tower-climbing robots at Integrated Art & Engineering Exhibition.
A student showing his midterm project in Integrated Art & Engineering class.
A student showing his in-process work in class
A student working with the waterjet machine in Integrated Art & Engineering class.