CIRO Day

Presentation
September 29th. 2010
Room 494, ACAD
5:30pm -7pm

CIRO Project
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About CIRO DAY

On Wednesday September 29th, CE3C will present a multitouch event from CIRO project, which we have been developing over a year to research and prototype software and multi-touch screen hardware for performance, visualization, exhibition and professional use.

Inviting a visiting artist in residence, Travis Kirton from the University of Art and Design Linz, who has been teaching Cocoa for Artists class for MADT 307/407 Programming for Artists class this month, we will introduce our project and potentials for artistic applications around emerging technologies, showcasing large multitouch screens we have developed.

CIRO DAY: CE3C’s Complex Input | Rational Output Project

Wednesday, September 29th, #494 (map), ACAD

Intro to CE3C and CIRO by Kurtis Lesick 5:30-5:45 pm
Lecture by Travis Kirton 5:45-6:30 pm
Demos by Travis Kirton and Adam Tindale 6:30-7:00 pm

CIRO DAY – Travis Kirton

CIRO DAY – Travis Kirton from CE3C on Vimeo.

Video from this event is available from here:

Artist Bio
Travis Kirton is a designer specializing in the production of performance, tangible, and interactive media. A graduate from the School of Interactive Arts and Technology (Simon Fraser University, ’06) with a specialization in interaction design, he is currently a Master’s candidate in the interface culture program at the University of Art and Design Linz. His experience over the last few years has ranged from video and graphic design, information and interaction architectures, to software development in support of prototyping and design process. He has also gained extensive experience in exhibition production and the manufacturing of installations.

Adam Tindale
http://www.adamtindale.com/

Media Arts + Digital Technologies, ACAD (Project Co-Investigator — drive research and investigation for CIRO especially with reference to GEMS software),. Engineering/ Computer Science/Interaction Design (Areas: feature extraction, neural networks, physical computing, interaction design and assistive technologies.

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