Below is a showcase of work made during Technobabble clubs and workshops.
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Astrolab the creative computing club has a few spaces left during their holiday programme held on Cuba Street during the first week of the holidays. 9am-5pm Tuesday to Thursday. Go to http://www.technobabble.co.nz/clubs.html to find out more.
Our new table, designed and built by Steven Almond (http://www.coroflot.com/stevenalmond) . Notice the groove for cables. It fits 10 people.
Collaborative stickfigure animation from last holiday programme.
A TV show I initiated, set-up and produced while working at Brooklyn School. Using a Green Screen, Sony Vegas Video, 2 Flip HD camera’s and a GoPro. Uploaded to Youtube, shared on school website and Facebook page and then played in the classroom. An exercise in speed - the whole process was done on Friday mornings before lunch. Included notices, interviews with staff and local businesses.
Asteriods made by Zebedee a student using Pivot Stickfigure and Windows Movie Maker.
I had a few pieces on display at BYOB Wellington.
BYOB (Bring Your Own Beamer) Wellington was a DIY event. Artists collaborated over the course of an evening to create a mega, moving, breathing multi media beast. It was celebration of old and new media. A pot luck dinner of pixels and projections, projected light and image.
First initiated by Rafaël Rozendaal in 2010, BYOB is now an international movement. Over 80 BYOB events have taken place throughout the world so far. From New York, Berlin to Jerusalem, and now Wellington. Facilitated by Raylene Beals and Naomi Lamb, BYOB Wellington was an event in which the participants created their own show within the 2013 Fringe Festival program.
Animations made using the freeware software Pivot. Made by students at Brooklyn Primary School around the theme of Olympics sports.
An experiment on making kinetic poetry with Microsoft Powerpoint for students to present their poetry in a creative way.
More logotypes by students at Te Aro school.