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Machine Learning

Telepresenting Bodies in Cyberspace: The Visual Representation of Avatars

June 23, 2020 |

With the development of telepresence technology, people’s perception of body has entered a new age. Our cognition of “self” is no longer limited to the physical body in the real world. In online games and various social media, we … Read More

Rethinking Social Immersive Media in Isolation

May 20, 2020 |

“Our body applies itself to space like a hand to an instrument, and when we wish to move about we do not move the body as we move an object. We transport it without instruments as if by … Read More

Exploring Algorithmic Composing from the 18th Century through Machine Learning – work in progress

April 28, 2020 |

Methods for algorithmic music composition have been developing since the 18th Century, a lot of composers used rules to compose music. The most famous ones are C.P.E Bach and W.A. Mozart.

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Automated design using Genetic Algorithm

October 29, 2018 |

This paper is an exploration into the potential of Genetic Algorithms(GA) for automated design of stiff rods and air-muscles based kinetic geometries. It starts with a brief background, which includes the genesis of the research, history and relevant applications of … Read More

Smart Susan

April 7, 2018 |

The best interface is no interface” – Golden Krishna

The landscape of smart home automation today is utterly cluttered. Small and big players are struggling to get a foothold in the exponentially growing industry. The hype is very much real.

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Gearing up for the Project Fair

March 23, 2018 |

Term 2 is coming to an end soon. Apparently, it ends with a “Project Faire” on 15th March, which is super exciting. But it also means that everything needs to be presented really well for the unsuspecting audience.

I am … Read More

Chaos Theory for Interaction

March 7, 2018 |

The optical illusion by Feliks Konczakowski that has been making the rounds on social media lately.

Speculating Chaos Theory

The initial idea of the “sand plotter” came out of my fascination with magnets, and I thought a steel ball drawing patterns in sand would … Read More

Gears and Alexa

February 21, 2018 |

Still following the earlier approach of working simultaneously in different directions, I feel a bit overwhelmed. But on the other hand, I am learning a lot. Let’s talk about each of them…

Reinforcement Learning

Cartpole is one of the most … Read More

Reinforcement Learning in Processing

February 13, 2018 |

In 1997, Michael Mozer with an incredible group of students converted a mundane farmhouse into an adaptive house. The house started with no knowledge of its inhabitants and did not perform as one would expect a ‘smart house’ to do. … Read More

Order & Chance: Narratives of New Media

October 21, 2017 | | One Comment

“Myths, folktales, fairy tales– these are the prototypes of all narrative, the ancestors and the models of later fictional developments. In studying the history of narrative, we find that in modern times forms have developed which elaborate and transform the … Read More