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=PLANNING:<br>=
 
=PLANNING:<br>=
Week01 - Inside the "black box" <br>
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Week01 - kick-off Inside the "black box" <br>
 
Week02 - Basic arduino circuits <br>
 
Week02 - Basic arduino circuits <br>
 
Week03 - Sensors overview <br>
 
Week03 - Sensors overview <br>
Week04 - Arduino & actuators <br>
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Week04 - Arduino input to output → Sensors & actuators <br>
 
Week05 - D&D Week <br>  
 
Week05 - D&D Week <br>  
Week06 - from concept → realization (Tutorials Week) <br>
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Week06 - from concept → realization - Arduino interfacing with MaxMSP or Processing (Tutorials Week) <br>
Week07 - Realization Week <br>
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Week07 - Realization Week (Tutorials Week)<br>
 
Week08 - Presentation Week <br>
 
Week08 - Presentation Week <br>
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= kick-off =
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when you see an interactive work, don't you wonder about what actually happens in an interactive project?
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and how information was detected, delivered, processed and output or feedback to the viewers?
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1. The Shannon and Weaver Model of Communication<br>
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It is known as the “mother of all models” because of its wide popularity. The model is also known as ‘information theory’.
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The Shannon and Weaver Model named after:
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Claude Shannon was a mathematician from the United States.
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Warren Weaver was an electrical engineer from the United States.
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The Shannon-Weaver theory was first proposed in 1948, and this model still applicable today.
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[[File:Shannon_weaver_model.jpg]] <br>
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[[File:Interaction_sensor.PNG]]<br>
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https://hackaday.com/2017/10/29/hi-res-body-sized-pressure-sensor-mat/
 
https://hackaday.com/2017/10/29/hi-res-body-sized-pressure-sensor-mat/
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'''Sensor overview:'''
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Digital and analog sensors:
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a list:
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'''sound :'''
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Arduino Sound Sensor Control
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=setjiVH0_IY
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Make your own Spy Bug (Arduino Voice Recorder)
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ts-JqEVzvDo
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'''Heart Rate Sensor:'''
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http://wiki.seeedstudio.com/Grove-Ear-clip_Heart_Rate_Sensor/

Revision as of 11:37, 13 January 2020

PLANNING:

Week01 - kick-off Inside the "black box"
Week02 - Basic arduino circuits
Week03 - Sensors overview
Week04 - Arduino input to output → Sensors & actuators
Week05 - D&D Week
Week06 - from concept → realization - Arduino interfacing with MaxMSP or Processing (Tutorials Week)
Week07 - Realization Week (Tutorials Week)
Week08 - Presentation Week

kick-off

when you see an interactive work, don't you wonder about what actually happens in an interactive project? and how information was detected, delivered, processed and output or feedback to the viewers?

1. The Shannon and Weaver Model of Communication
It is known as the “mother of all models” because of its wide popularity. The model is also known as ‘information theory’. The Shannon and Weaver Model named after: Claude Shannon was a mathematician from the United States. Warren Weaver was an electrical engineer from the United States. The Shannon-Weaver theory was first proposed in 1948, and this model still applicable today.


Shannon weaver model.jpg

Interaction sensor.PNG


Peripheral Sensing

skin as an interface:

https://duoskin.media.mit.edu/

http://lingql.com/reality-mediators/

https://www.wearable-technologies.com/2016/05/amazing-sign-language-can-now-be-spoken-by-the-latest-wearables/

https://www.kobakant.at/DIY/

what are communication and interaction in an interactive project?
and how information and commands are delivered?

1. The Shannon and Weaver Model of Communication
Shannon weaver model.jpg

2. Interaction

3. Basic Electronics

   Electricity
   circuit closed circuit  or open circuit
   Resistance
 Series Vs. Parallel
   Basic Components
   Resistors capacitors diodes transistors LEDs switches Integrated Circuits Batteries buttons Potentiometers Breadboards wires

https://www.instructables.com/id/Basic-Electronics/

4. What is Arduino
Arduino-uno.png


5.

http://www.kobakant.at/DIY/?p=7943

https://hackaday.com/2017/10/29/hi-res-body-sized-pressure-sensor-mat/


Sensor overview:

Digital and analog sensors:


a list:

sound :

Arduino Sound Sensor Control

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=setjiVH0_IY

Make your own Spy Bug (Arduino Voice Recorder)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ts-JqEVzvDo

Heart Rate Sensor:

http://wiki.seeedstudio.com/Grove-Ear-clip_Heart_Rate_Sensor/