I’m showing my project Convex Mirror as part of the Harold Cohen exhibition “Creating Computational Creativity” at the University of California, San Diego. Details below.
January 19 – February 17, 2017
Surface Mound (SMD) version of stereo electret preamp with TL072. Much more compact!
I’m happy to say that I received an Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Credits for Research Grant to support my digital arts research! The grant supports proof of concept research to employ the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) as a platform for my machine listening, structure from motion, and computational photography work as part of the Rover project.
I am running a series of hands-on workshops in 2016-17 to introduce students, faculty, and staff to 3D printing and rapid prototyping technologies. These classes will familiarize the YSU community with current trends and possibilities in digital manufacturing, introduce the significant 3D printing resources and research on campus, and provide participants direct experience with printing tools. Finally, these workshops aim to raise the visibility of YSU 3D printing research, and contribute to a community of interest around the technology.
Please follow the link below to see what he has to say:
Artist Robert Twomey explores the intersection of humans and machines
You can find Robert Twomey’s work at the crossroads of art and engineering. Formally trained in both, his work blends traditional artistic mediums with modern techniques. His installations are interactive, technologically advanced and unforgettably original. Whether his subject is an interactive simulation of Alzheimer’s or a public expression of lost pet posters, @robert.twomey’s work illustrates the power of combining technology and personal passion. To read more about Robert’s story, visit Microsoft.com/news.
In addition to Robert Twomey’s studio art, which explores the interaction between man and machine, he’s used his engineering background to conceptualize unique research projects. In the past, he’s used neuroimaging to examine reading and language perception. He’s built pollution-hunting robotic dogs and created experimental game interfaces. What’s next for Robert? The sky’s the limit. For more about Robert’s story, click the link in our bio.
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Stereo Electret Preamp for binaural recording.
Uses TL072 (datasheet).
3d scans of rooms for Machine For Living In project.
Acquired with Kinect for XBOX360 and .
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