Bridging interactive design & physical computing through custom electronics, code, and original content | SELECT PROJECTS | * Tributary Audio * Message in a Bottle * Captain America * Ice Bridge * Tagrostics
Creating community and showcasing content through compelling, intuitive, and unique interfaces | SELECT PROJECTS | * MoveOn.org * TributaryAudio.com * DoggyCorps.org *DSNYoralHistoryArchive.org
Fostering live, awe-inspiring interactions through immersive, mediated environments | SELECT PROJECTS | * Seeing Sound * Message in a Bottle * Zen Grass
Sharing the art of story through light, sound and shadow | SELECT PROJECTS | * DoggyCorps (flash) * Some Sticks & Stones (stop-motion) * Doorknob (AE, MaxMSP)
This is an original exhibit designed by Karla Calderon, Jenine Durland, Matt Ganucheau, Chika Imagima and Nicholas Rubin for the New York Hall of Science in ITP’s Exhibit Design spring 2010 course.
Doggycorps is an animated collective storytelling project, sharing stories of life, love, and the pursuit of happiness from the perspective of city dogs. All interviews and animations are produced by Jenine Durland and can be found on the project’s home website, www.doggycorps.org. Click here to watch the movie trailer! DoggyCorps NYC the Short from DoggyCorps …
This storytelling installation uses a series of bottles embedded with custom electronics to share an engaging audio piece detailing the 300 year journey of Pippin the Plastic Bottle from conception to the afterlife. Listen to Pippin’s story! Click below to select from the 6 chapters: [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Visitors listen to …
A mobile audio tour & video projection on ice, intended for passengers on the Staten Island Ferry, exploring the winter of 1799 in the midst of the Revolutionary War–the only time on record where soldiers could push cannons from Manhattan to Staten Island.
If the grass could talk when you touched it, what would it say? By running your hands through the grass, users are able to control a range of soothing harmonies and tones. This installation was created by Jenine Durland, Sue Ngo, and Christine Nguyen at ITP in 2009. Zen Grass from Jenine Durland on Vimeo. …
At long last I’ve edited my slides and animation footage into ITP’s video archive so you can watch my thesis presentation in May. It’s nearly 20 minutes, but it’s funny (I promise) and provides a pretty good summary of DoggyCorps’ lifecycle (and a bit of my own) at NYU. Untitled from DoggyCorps on Vimeo.