Yearly Archives for 2011

‘All Your Mediums Are Belong to Us’ at the ECREA Digital Culture & Communications Workshop

More slides, these are from my talk at the European Communication Research and Education Association/ECREA Digital Culture and Communication Workshop 2011. The talk was mainly about using Booki and BurnStation in class assessment situations, but also went off on a … Continue reading

19. December 2011 by Kieran
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‘Lo-fi computing audio-visuals as a mainstream aesthetic’ at Picteilín

Here are my slides from the 2011 Piceteilín Creative Media Conference. I See Dead Pixels: CPU to MTV, Lo-fi computing audio-visuals as a mainstream aesthetic. View more presentations from Kieran Nolan

07. October 2011 by Kieran
Categories: 8bit, Animation, Music, Video Games | Tags: , , , , , | Leave a comment

C64 basic and Intellivision glitching

Here are some short exercises in game video glitching and 8bit graphics from my Vimeo account. These visuals were recorded from an Intellivision TV Game system, I opened it up and connected up random points on the CMOS memory chip … Continue reading

28. August 2011 by Kieran
Categories: 8bit, Circuit Bending, Video Games | Leave a comment

Wardriving in a Virtual Reality bus

I’ve been using Wifi while commuting by bus a lot this week, reminded me of this project proposal I made in 2002 back when I was studying towards the Interactive Media MA at UL. It was for our ‘Interactive Media … Continue reading

28. April 2011 by Kieran
Categories: Design, Interaction Design, Wifi | Tags: , | Leave a comment

Burnstation and Booki, learning by doing

At DkIT I teach a module called User Theories to year 4 of the BA (Hons) in Communications and Creative Multimedia. It centers around the distributive, collaborative and communicative properties of digital media and the creative opportunities these afford. So … Continue reading

29. March 2011 by Kieran
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