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neo-nomad - Cati Vaucelle
"Kit · A MacBookPro laptop with internet access, a camera and an iPod. Vaucelle DOESN’T own/use/carry a cell phone! She is exclusively on Trillian and Skype. Vaucelle wants to design her own gear: a folded laptop with a projector integrated so that she can retro-project from it on a folded white mat or onto any surface. She would like the keyboard and the track-pad to be detachable. She envisions a laptop lighter than a cell phone. In the city, she travels ultra light (3 keys, a Subway card, a credit card, a student ID card, and few bucks) but she is also an incredible collector: from MP3 to CD and records, comic books, movies, toys… For Vaucelle, objects have a history, hence a deep significance: “I collect and revisit toys that are charged with a period.”"
cativaucelle  yasmineabbas  neo-nomads  nomads  technology  mobility 
july 2008 by robertogreco
Architectradure: New interaction technique for timeline control in video scenes
"Objects on video scenes are used to control their trajectories in time, basically any object that appears in the video becomes a slider that can control the video timeline. The project is meant to be a "more" frame-accurate in-scene video navigation than
video  timelines  control  interaction  navigation  interface  cativaucelle 
april 2008 by robertogreco
Architectradure: Whisper of eight turned on pistol grip megaphones.
"pistol grip megaphones are usually qualified by their "power". Loud & noisy, they are a sign of emergency...Miguel Monroy renders them soft, almost whispering...located carefully, adjacent to one another so that feedback...homogenize overall sound."
sound  art  cativaucelle 
april 2008 by robertogreco
Architectradure: Transitional objects
"Hommage au Sol focuses around the foot and its relation to the ground. It includes accessories extending the body, transitory objects of perception, photos, videos and written documentation."
body  clothing  fashion  objects  perception  psychology  cativaucelle  bodies 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Architectradure: A portent of human augmentation
"In our cyborg world, would be nice if prosthesis could mean expanding human skills or on a contrary re-creating fragile and powerless human sculptures."
research  prosthesis  human  augmentation  technology  body  cativaucelle  bodies 
november 2007 by robertogreco
Architectradure: An Investigation into the Perspective Taking Skills
"Children believe that animals understand them and that they can share some of their problems with animals. Animals unconditionally love children without judging them so children can easily share their daily problems with animals""
animals  pets  behavior  perspective  children  communication  relationships  empathy  psychology  cativaucelle 
july 2007 by robertogreco
Architectradure: You need a brand?
"A nice set of slides about branding a logo, a product or a company created by Neutronllc."
books  brands  branding  logos  design  names  naming  business  marketing  identity  cativaucelle 
june 2007 by robertogreco
Architectradure: Cati Vaucelle - Tangible Programming in the Classroom
"Created by Michael Horn and Robert J.K. Jacob at Tufts University, Tern is a tangible programming language for middle school and late elementary school students. Children connect the tailored wooden blocks to form physical computer programs, which may in
programming  education  learning  children  schools  computers  logic  curriculum  toys  play  cativaucelle  coding  teaching 
may 2007 by robertogreco
Architectradure: Cati Vaucelle - Sculpting Behavior
"After co-creating and designing the award-winning ZOOB® building system, Hayes ... created Topobo, a 3D constructive assembly system with kinetic memory and the ability to record and playback physical motion."
children  design  interactive  building  construction  toys  sound  create  play  cativaucelle 
march 2007 by robertogreco
Architectradure: Cati Vaucelle's - Interaction Design and Children
"Jabberstamp, the first tool that allows children to synthesize their drawings and voices...children create drawings, collages or paintings on normal a special rubber stamp onto the page to record sounds into their drawings...touch the marks
children  interaction  audio  sound  drawings  art  design  technology  interactive  cativaucelle 
february 2007 by robertogreco
Interview with Cati Vaucelle
"Children could benefit from creating stories rather than listening to them. The quote from Andy Brady is an example of how technology can be useless and, worse, annoying or constraining to the child."
art  design  interface  interviews  glvo  children  interactive  arg  interaction  media  video  puppets  technology  mobile  phones  videogames  games  play  storytelling  cativaucelle 
february 2007 by robertogreco

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