Core Studio Objects
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Division: Parsons The New School for Design
School: School of Art, Media and Technology
Department: Digital Design
Course Number: PUDT 2100
Course Format: Studio
Location: NYC campus
Permission Required: No
This course introduces concepts, mediums, and techniques for creating interactive objects that use digital, tactile, auditory and visual inputs and outputs. The aims of interactive works will be discussed as students create responsive objects, hack and repurpose hardware, and collect and represent data. Students will also develop their design process through sketching and prototyping in pencil and with code. Students will approach interactive work with various inquiries, such as: What are the relationships of hardware and software? What makes an object interactive? How do you build inputs and outputs? When conveying different types of information (ex. temporal or spatial), what type of feedback should be used (ex. sonic, visual, or haptic)? Students will conceive, plan, and develop an interactive object with an awareness of the importance of their role as a designer and developer, rather than a consumer, of interactive media. Emphasis is on a critical awareness of new technologies, an articulated design process, and creative engagement with the medium.
Course Open to: Majors Only
Open to: Bachelors degree in Design & Technology majors, sophomores only. Co-requisite: PUDT 2101 Core Lab Objects.
Open to Lang/Parsons BA/BFA students.
Open to Parsons students.
Open to Undergraduate students.