Guy playing video games

Why Building From Scratch is Better Than Not!

“Calling All Gamers, I Repeat, Calling All Gamers”! I’m here to inform you guys and gals why you should look into building your own gaming pc instead of buying store bought products. Some reasons that I will let you guys in on will be Price, Performance, and Components to have a stellar, yet powerful pc for any types of games or videos that you are about to delve into.

Read More

Interactive game picture

Interactive films: Is it a new genre ?

LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION! Science and Arts move parallel to each other. Artist has used the advancement in science and technology for their own creative ideas. Same goes for films. Technological advancements in camera got us technicolor cinema. The art of storytelling has also evolved in a certain way, from traditional musical, comedy movie genres to the genre of psychological thriller, non-linear storytelling. Technological advances made in the smartphone industry and on the internet has brought us the streaming services like Netflix, which brings content directly to the hands of users. With this, a new way of storytelling is evolving, interactive films.

Read More

Imogen Heap’s “MI.MU” Gloves Are Improving The Way Artists Play Music.

Development in music is an ongoing thing and I personally love to see the different ways the people can improve something or simply make something cool. I have a personal attachment to weird and unconventional music and music methodology, so when I came across Imogen Heap’s MI.MU gloves (pronounced: ME-moo) I was captivated by what it could do. Read More

Human Computer Interaction : An Informative Field of Study

While launching the first-ever iPhone in 2007 Steve Jobs told us that, “Who wants a stylus? We are going to use the best pointing device in the world. We are born with it and we have 10 of them. We are going to use our fingers.” This is the best example one can give for Human-Computer Interaction (HCI). An ever-evolving field of study, HCI is changing the way we interact with modern day computers at an escalating rate.
Read More

Person Crouching in a Virtual Tunnel

Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality. What’s the Difference? Part 1 of 3

Hello friends and welcome to this months topic! In this 3 part series we will be looking at; the differences between Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), what each can do, why it matters, and personal speculation on the future of each technology. So please, move your seats into the upright position, fasten your seat belts, and enjoy this perception breaking ride of information!

Read More

The Big Decision

For first year students, deciding what field you want to specialize in can be a difficult decision.  For Interactive Media Arts students, prior to registering for the program, there were two different sides: Interactive and Media.  Now that we’re in the month of April, both the Media and Interactive students have another decision to make.

Read More

Chromosphere Isn’t Just A Science Thing Anymore

I’ve always love the idea of creating your own art style and own identity that makes you stand out from the crowd. One day while was I scrolling through YouTube I came across this video:

I fell in love with this video, but also with the animation and style. So, I decided to do some research into finding out who created the video, it wasn’t until one day when @rebeccasugar on Instagram tagged @chromosphereLA, was went I drove head first into this creative and wonderful world of Chromosphere.

Read More