Wednesday, March 2nd

This schedule is provisional. All events take place on the campus of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

  • 10:00 – 11:30 am
    Serial Communication with Arduino
    Make your Arduino talk to a desktop or laptop computer to create custom interfaces. Limited to 10 (ten) participants.
    Digital Innovation Lab, Greenlaw 431
    Sponsored by:
    Research Hub Logo
    Screen Shot 2016-01-28 at 7.22.14 PMMust have prior experience with Arduino and bring your own laptop.

Hacking as Political and Social Methodology in Afrofuturism
Mark Pieterson

Immaterial Culture: Structure-from-Motion and Anthropology
Chris Lamack & Abby Gancz

What’s A Digital Feminist? Experiences of Gender and Labor in the Digital Humanities at Carolina
Charlotte Fryar & Michaela Dwyer

Color Coded Tangible Sound & Virtual Impersonation Using Interactive Glove Puppets
Emil Polyak

My Tarot is a Circuit: People as Storytelling Engines
Greg Carter

Teaching with Technology in Interactive Spaces: The Greenlaw 101 Project
Eileen Hammond & Heather Suzanne Woods

A Wicked Feeling
Eddie Lohmeyer

The Rhizomatic Butterfly Effect: Gameplay Circulation and Narrative Circuit Boards in the Interactive Horror Movie Until Dawn
Anne R. Fertig, Brandon Rogers, & Ashley Werlinich

Circuits of Light: The Technocultural Dividuation Platform and the Role of Creative Excess in Computation
Patrick Herron

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