Guidelines for the Final Project
Create an artwork using code.
- Some possible ways to approach this, if you are feeling uninspired:
- Generative artwork (on screen or printed out)
- Sound visualization (live audio input or to connected to a specific sound file)
- Interactive artwork (if you have some experience in using sensors, we can look into connecting them to p5.js)
- Remember “Poems not Demos”
- Think also beyond the screen of your computer, how is the work exhibited? Large-scale projection? On a website? 2D or 3D print?
- Also this is just a 2 credit course so keep that in mind regarding the scale of the project
Please send me a 1-2 page pdf that explains what you are planning to do as a final project for the course.
- A short description of your idea and concept
- Description of the interaction, if it is interactive
- Reflect a bit on how you are going to create and structure the code:
- Possible problems or things you do not know how to do.
- Possible solutions to these problems that you have found
- You can even do a small sketch of how it is going to work as a list or as a flowchart.
- 1–3 references (existing artworks, references relating to your concept, code samples, external libraries etc.)
- Sketches or images, if you have some (not necessary)
- Deadline: 25/03/2019 before the class. Submit your pdf to MyCourses
Submit the Code of Your Final Project
- Upload your code to OpenProcessing, add it to the Final Project Collection there and also add the link to your sketch here in MyCourses.
- If you want to use the p5.js Web editor, provide the link to your sketch here.
- Upload a .zip of all of your project files here (for example, if you used Processing)