Mess Eggs is a communication app which stimulates the interaction between parent(s) and their child(ren) who have moved out. The game is played in cycles lasting one week, and every week a winner is determined. Challenges are set at the beginning of every cycle, and points can be gained by fulfilling these. The substance of these challenges is to send personal information, like pictures, emotions etc. These challenges also act as a trigger for checking the application (to see if you received media from the other person), and to keep it exciting and engaging for both parties to play.
A literature research project about the potential of the first-person camera of Google Glass in surgery. Five articles were summerized and compared. Finally the question was answered: 'Can the first-person camera in Google Glass enhance surgical procedures?'.
A game programmed in Processing. The goal is to shoot all the sheep using the arrow. Made for programming course in module 4.
Frankie was a depressed robot in an art installation, desperate in need of love. As recipient your job was to make Frankie happy by talking, touching and hugging him. When his happiness increased the eyes and music became happier and the happiness meter increased. As project for module 4 we made this interactive art installation for the directors of the GOGBOT festival. Personally, I mostly did the coding and hardware.
Poster for the End Exhibition of module 1: 'We Create Identity'. Made for an assignment of the subject 'Visual Communication'. September 30th, 2015.
Interactive painting based on 'Woman in garden' painted by Claude Monet in 1867. Made as the end assignment for the subject 'Programming' in the first module 'We Create Identity'.