The weapons of the digital academic are: A bookscanner Scantailor (opensource software) Calibre (opensource software) A hacked nook Determination for searchable, comment-able digital information The program in which I am pursuing my PhD is quite loosely structured, allowing for an [...more]
For one of our main projects in the Digital World and Image Group, we created an artifact for digital / physical electromagnetic water painting. Inspired by the ancient Turkish marbling technique, Ebru (“Cloud Painting”), and the Japanese technique suminagashi, we developed [...more]
In Fall 2012 I was able to join Georgia Tech’s Center for Biologically Inspired Design to participate in their interdisciplinary course. The experimental class brings together biologists, engineers and physical scientists who seek to facilitate research and education for innovative [...more]
To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Graphics, Visualization and Usability (GVU) Center at Georgia Tech, several large-scale interactive artworks will be presented, including Ascent. Ascent is meant to evoke the spectacle of World’s Fairs’ hot-air balloon flights, as well as [...more]
Earlier, I posted a video of leafcutter ants claiming that it contained a secret code. Well it’s true! Here’s how to crack the code, and how I encoded my messages in the first place. Deciphering The astute observer may take [...more]
Hair inserts which incorporate triggerable memory wire.
Idea for building relationship with my pet tortoise.
Subway is a participatory multi-located activist art project. It builds on the mediation of a dance performance by breaking a video apart into its image frames; creating a photo app in Android to re-use these frames as guides for [...more]
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RSjJYXk7Yug Worked with Ashton Grosz and the DWIG studio to create the modular performance system, “Rock All the Things” See the official page: http://dwig.lmc.gatech.edu/projects/marble/
Robocup is a collaboratively competitive venue for AI and Robotics research which also provides a display of robotic advancements for non-experts. I had bee invited to be Robocup’s official documentarian to cover the 2011 competition in Istanbul, Turkey. The three [...more]
–Update: If anyone knows of places that would like to have an interactive, cross-species exhibit like this, please contact me at Andrew.Quitmeyer|||gmail.com – Antmongous is an embodied, interactive exhibit that will be distributed throughout the Castleberry Hill area and will [...more]
I am going to host a little fun film festival here in town in April, and it is now open for entries! Setup: This will be held on an April evening in a tennis court next to my apartment. I [...more]
Here I protest the way a true digital media researcher would, via mechanical turk!
Ducks Feed People is a final group project of the 2010 fall studio class of the Digital World & Image Group at Georgia Tech. The class looked into spatial subversions and asked how to bring seemingly everyday situations and spaces [...more]