What I Done
In the last couple of months I've been working on a bunch of different projects:
- Tutoring at the Royal College of Art on the IDE course
- Working on the business side of my re:voice project - got through to the second round of the Design London Incubator
- Multitouch table apps for a phone company - 2 video browsers and a map browser, all in Flash/AS3 - top secret
- Putting the finishing touches of a site for Aldeburgh Music.
- My iPhone app, featured below somewhere, which I'm trying to turn into something more grown up
- Coding Adrian Westaway's Magic Light
- Designing some electronic jewelry for a script-writer and a business angel. - top secret
- Played the Mighty Sounds festival in Czech Republic with my band Down I Go
Can't really say much about these because I promised I wouldn't. The most help I gave to an RCA project was for Isabel Lizardi, who had constructed a grid of 126 syringes which you can move up and down to create a 3D relief. What I had to do was create a method of digitizing the positions of these syringes and display them mapped onto 3D surface on a screen. For this I used processing, a black background and lots of reflective dots.