Team: Dani, Eva, Nico, Rebecca Our idea revolves around exploring the changing of the seasons with an emphasis on Spring and Summer. We open with the end of Winter by showing the bridge in white to represent snow, and having it slowly melt into spring. We then have bright Spring flowers popping up as the
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Douglas Gearhart Amanda Jin We seek to represent and elicit a collection of universal emotions using the lighting panels on the Randy Pausch Memorial Bridge. The show attempts to illustrate common attitudes or actions associated with each emotion with a curation of colors and various patterns and 2-D movement. Throughout the show, the viewer will
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Team Members: Spencer Bowman, Jina Lee, Jonathan Li, Shalini Rao Our project takes the audience on a journey through space. We take off, travel through all the planets, and experience an explosive ending. Galactic brings the night sky down to Pittsburgh in an interpretive and an expressive way. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1tt13do4kBxI4LEUm5X1ESKGIhbLqAk4l/view?usp=sharing
Jessica Winward Diego San Miguel Chloe Cho Warhol is one of our most famous alumni from the College of Fine Arts. This show would touch on 5 of his most famous paintings one at a time for about 3 minutes each. For each painting, the show would showcase each painting’s color, line, form, and overall
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Team members: Daniela, Eva, Nico, Rebecca Here is the link to our testing video. There are three main sections to the video: waves, lightning, and snow melting into spring. Our main goals were to see how the effects worked or didn’t work, and if the colors were matching our expectations.
Team Members: Douglas, Amanda Below are the live demo we created for Happiness, Disgust and Anger.
This is a small snippet of our final product. It includes the scenes of taking off, seeing the sun (note the solar flares), and the Earth with an orbiting moon.
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For this project, we will use Python and Aftereffects as our main methods of programming. We have decided to use the two methods due to various background levels. Because our theme is about space, we want to evoke the feeling of adventure and curiosity as you explore the planets. There will be strobes of color
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