This course examines the critical and creative potentials of human-computer interfaces in media arts practice. In this course, you will explore various ways that the 'interface' shapes experiences and opens up new ways of interacting with the world around us. This course seeks to develop your technical skills by using sensing technologies to control audio, visual and/or mechatronic systems. By developing an original interactive artwork, you will also deepen your understandings of embodiment and interaction as creative and conceptual tools in media arts practice.
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