So, the last project! I saw this sentence on the page of week7 This rule totally makes sense, and I totally agree, but don’t plan to follow it, especially not for the last Fabrication project. Yes, I am going to build something super unnecessary and super useless, but super funny — a lipstick applying machine! […]Read more "WEEK 6: MOUNTING MOTORS"
Some inspirations: Last Friday, I saw this wire mesh painting in SOHO, the artist cuts and layers wire meshes and creates a unique art piece. And he only used 2 materials: paper and wire mesh. I feel it is very inspiring and perfect for this week’s homework, so I did some research and found more great works. […]Read more "WEEK 5: 2Meterials"
A portable one with a magnifying screen and a timer to tell you how long you spent on watching youtube or Netflix. Inspiration: I recently realised that before I came to ITP, I spent way too much time on watching Netflix every week. I like watching videos just like I liked watching TV when I […]Read more "Week4: Enclosure"
Inspiration： I am a fan of Tested and Simone Giertz, love all the works they do, watched tons of their videos. So the second I know we need to make a laser cut, I immediately thought of one work of theirs. In this episode, guest artist Jen Schachter used Adobe Illustrator to create a vectorizing lego piece […]Read more "Week 3: Measurements and Laser Cutters"
Homework: make 5 exact same things. Inspiration: Last week, I made a flashlight which is super useful. It is not just a homework for me, I actually enjoy using it, and now safely lies on my night table everyday. So I feel that instead of making some just beautiful or funny one-time thing, build […]Read more "Week 2: Guides, jigs and repeatability"
Why Flashlight? Because we all love our grandmother! Circuit diagram: Materials: Since Ben asked us be sustainable, the first stop of my material hunting journey is the junk shelf of ITP. I found batteries, buttons and all kinds wires. However I didn’t find the perfect container for my circuit. But later of that […]Read more "Homework Week1: Make a Flashlight"