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Assignment 1 - Shredder 3D

HTML
Javascript
WebGL
three.js
CSSModules

This work takes ‘newer’ net art and obstructs that newness with an “aesthetic of crudeness.” We find the slickly modeled and textured figure juxtaposed amongst a jumbled mess of shredded text and images. Inspired by Mark Napier’s Shredder, the piece colors an explorable space with the code, and index files of various webpages. The work explores 3D imagery in the style of messy, random, and expressive origins of net art. These 3D scenes are generated from a program written in javascript using the WebGL API. The behavior of the 3D objects in the scene are randomized for every new instance of the site. The images that are projected 360 degrees around the scene are taken from the famous net art piece, "Shredder."

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Assignment 2 - Google Search

HTML
Javascript
CSSModules

Don’t know how to do something? Search it up on google. A common problem solving approach in the digital age. This work will take your search term, question, or whatever else it may be, and send you to a random web query. “How do I tie my shoes?” is probably not an appropriate question for an amazon search. This piece explores search engines by randomizing which one you’ll end up with.

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Assignment 3 - Browser History

HTML
Javascript
CSS

Diving into one's browser history can be a messy afair. Often lost in endless, instantly gratifying clicks, we seldom look back at our time spent. Over the course of the last two weeks, I've plotted my browser history by unique URL clicks. You won't believe what #3 is! As one might expect, Facebook, Reddit, Google, and Youtube dominate my time on the web. Did you know that I visit approximately 20 youtube pages a day? Neither did I.

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Assignment 4 - DONE

Construct 2
Aseprite

For this assignment, we wanted to make a game that was simple and self contained. Meaning all you had to do to play it was to open up the app. No prior knowledge required. The game was initially designed with Concordia’s EV building in mind, but really it can be played anywhere! Depending on what the user is in the mood for, playthroughs can either be a relaxing experience, or more like a race! You’ll be given tasks. When you’re done the task, or are ready to move on to the next task, double-tap the screen. Have fun!

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