Max/MSP Paparazzi

Project — lorena_lopez @ 3:58 am

Arduino Glucose Meter

Uncategorized — lorena_lopez @ 9:56 am

What my Arduino is programmed to do is take values from my twitter account which are actually Glucose values I’m submitting and telling me whether the value is Low, Normal, or High. There are LEDs attached to the breadboard that light up when the value is withing a certain range. If the values is less than 80; the yellow LED with shine, if it’s between 81 and 159, the RGB LED will light up green, and if it’s higher than 160, red  LEDs will light up.

Uncategorized — lorena_lopez @ 12:46 pm

Send a message everytime bathroom door is open.

Hack glucose meter to send message with glucose reading everytime it is measured.

Send a message based on what side of the bed you are sleeping.


LookingOutwards — lorena_lopez @ 4:23 am

“Moony” an interactive installation created by Takehisa Mashimo, Akio Kamisato and Satoshi Shiabta.

This artwork project is a challenge to create a marginal space between virtual images and physical objects. After visitor looks through the vapor steam, visitor can detect the animated butterflies inside. If the visitor try to touch them, butterflies start to swarm around your hands or escape biside the visitor’s hand. But of cource, it is impossible to touch them phisically. Visitor will experience the mystic phenomena between real and unreal.

Fragments of RGB

LookingOutwards — lorena_lopez @ 4:18 am

fragments of RGB – 01 from onformative on Vimeo.

Interactive Installation experimenting with illusion and perception. The classic LED screen as a medium was simulated and disintegrated by the creation of a pixel-like LED optic with the ability to change and transform with the viewer’s movement and, hence, his perspective and point of view.


LookingOutwards — lorena_lopez @ 4:13 am

People are Wondering from Alicia Eggert on Vimeo.

Eggert’s often kinetic installations invite viewers to physically participate with her in “puzzling out” themes of time and change and language. Humming behind much of her recent work are motors, clock works and motion sensors that track the proximity of viewers, changing aspects of the work at human approach.

Arduino 1

Project — lorena_lopez @ 7:29 am

Arduino Test.


LookingOutwards — lorena_lopez @ 12:56 pm



The Sketchduino is an arduino-based project which converts BMP files into Etch-A-Sketch creations. This video shows a rendering of the Caribou Coffee logo. Information and source code can be found here.

Wifi in space

LookingOutwards — lorena_lopez @ 12:44 pm


Immaterials: Light painting WiFi from Timo on Vimeo.


This project explores the invisible terrain of WiFi networks in urban spaces by light painting signal strength in long-exposure photographs.

A four-metre long measuring rod with 80 points of light reveals cross-sections through WiFi networks using a photographic technique called light-painting.

More here:​2011/​02/​wifi-light-painting​2011/​02/​22/​immaterials-light-painting-wifi/​
Behind the scenes:​2011/​03/​07/​making-immaterials-light-painting-wifi/​


LookingOutwards — lorena_lopez @ 12:40 pm


I had just moved to a new apartment, and was constantly looking up directions on my phone. It would have been a fine solution, except I was usually biking while doing so. I wanted to create a safer option for people who use their phones to give them directions while biking.

For my Tangible User Interfaces course, I worked with two other students to design a system where a user could look up directions on their (Android) phone, and then safely store it in their backpack. The phone would communicate over bluetooth to a microcontroller, which would cause either the left or the right glove to vibrate to indicate a right or left turn approaching.

I was responsible for the gloves, and sewed in a microcontroller, LEDs, and vibrating motors. I also programmed the microcontroller in C so that it would control the operation of the LEDs and motors, and helped create the interactive mockup of our “app”.” – Margarita Miranda

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