Electronic Distancing: 12 volts apart

VIS 147B class exhibition at the Calzona Museum

This event took place on June 4th 2020. For more info:
https://visarts.ucsd.edu/news-events/20200604_icam147b.html

photo of small television with electronic signal line
by Sophia Lee

VIS 147B is a course titled “Electronic Technologies for Art II,” which teaches the design of programmable microcontroller systems for creating artworks that are able to respond to complex sets of input conditions, perform algorithmic and procedural processing, and generate real time output. Professor Brett Stalbaum invites you to a virtual gallery walk-through, as the students share their projects in depth.

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