Lectures: 2 sessions / week, 1.5 hours / session
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The creative use of scene-capture devices is explored in the context of computational expression. Students will each be equipped with a low-end digital camera and explore the physical environment for imagery that can bond well with computational post-processing, in the context of scene-capture, image-play, and interaction.
Intensive weekly exercises will be given, with review sessions each week.
This course is sponsored with generous donations from Minolta and Interval Research Corporation.
An exhibition of student work was held at the MIT Media Laboratory atrium on December 11th, 1998. Information about this show, and its permanent online component, is available in the projects section.