NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) describes itself as “a center for the recently possible”. Put another way, it’s where artsy people go to build some cool stuff with tech. So we went to the program’s autumn exhibition, to see what madness they dreamed up. More »
NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) describes itself as “a center for the recently possible.” Put another way, it’s where artsy people go to build some cool stuff with tech. So we went to the program’s spring exhibition, to see what madness they dreamed up. Read more...
True Love Tinder Robot is an art project by Nicole He, a graduate student at the NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program. The project is a talking robotic hand that senses how one person truly feels about someone else’s Tinder profile and then swipes left or right for them. The True Love Tinder Robot will find you love, […]
From the same New York University Interactive Telecommunications Program that hatched FourSquare, a 30-year-old graduate student named Sam Slover created an app called Sage. The app is a revamp of... To view the full story, click the title link.
New York University Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) students Rosalie Yu and Alon Chitayat came up with Skin Deep, an art installation that’s best described as a virtual form of body painting. They made 3D models of…
Todd Bryant demonstrates this interesting three-channel video sculpture at Tisch ITP (Interactive Telecommunications Program). He explains it's made entirely from reused and recycled parts and uses a low-energy consumption form of projection. Read the rest
Six weeks ago, two masters students in NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program were assigned a project in their Spatial Media class. The result: a new way to present a menu. Máximo Sica and Dana Reginiano realized that the way we...Show More Summary
Jen Lowe who is a data scientist teaching at New York University’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP), and researching at Columbia University’s Spatial Information Design Lab decided to share her heartbeat online uploaded by a health tracker. She has two reasons for that: On one level, Lowe was simply curious about how her pulse might relate to […]
Pop Pop, an experimental walk signal, just wants everyone to be safe. Designed by NYU's Interactive Telecommunications Program, the semi-sentient signal is likened to a kindly old grandfather. He has six feelings that range from happy to angry, and are generated based on a live feed of the intersection, and real time data like news and weather. READ MORE »
"What I hope for you is that you make visible what, without you, might never have been seen." - Red Burns, co-founder of Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at NYU. Ask any average American about what they think of South Asian...Show More Summary
The first time I came face-to-face with Red Burns, she was considering my application for the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. I was 25 years old, and Red — 40 years older — already looked ancient to me, in spite of the fiery red hair that gave her her name. Show More Summary
Students at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) showed off an array of innovative media projects this week at their annual Spring show. But one project in particular caught my eye: an API that allows you to control another person’s arm over the internet. Will Canine, Carl Jamilkoski, and Andy Sigler, all graduate students at ITP, [...]
A group of students from the Interactive Telecommunications Program at New York University who started off on a project has begun to explore the relationship between color as well as sound. The brainchild of Natasha Dzurny and LouieShow More Summary
Roopa Vasudevan, a graduate student in New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program, used cross-stitch to represent women's voting patterns in this year's presidential election. Her work, currently on display in New York, is a series of embroidered panels, one for each of 11 chosen states. Show More Summary
This anthropomorphized wood bowl will read Tweets out loud. It was built by [William Lindmeier] as part of his graduate work in the Interactive Telecommunications Program (ITP) at New York University. View the clip after the break to see and hear a list from his Twitter feed read in rather pleasant text-to-speech voices. The electronics involved [...]
Our maker this week is Matt Richardson. Matt's a video producer, a writer, a maker of things, a technology consultant, and a student at New York University's Interactive Telecommunications Program. Matt wrote two articles for MAKE volume 32. One of them is a BeagleBone tutorial and the other one shows how to make his awesome [...]
Telecommunications operator MTS, Channel and Disney Company announced the first interactive youth TV project "After School", combines the capabilities of mobile internet and TV as part of the program's run at the first. MTS and the creators of the series "After School" has developed a number of interactive opportunities for viewers of Channel. Show More Summary
Design student Jihyun Lee creates an interactive mobile experience after being inspired by the National Geographic Channel's real-life creation of a flying balloon house for her Interactive Telecommunications Program year end projec...
As a graduate student at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program, I’m constantly surrounded with astounding creativity from my fellow students, who come from a wide array of disciplines. I’m working among musicians, architects, archeologists, lawyers, designers, physicists, and much more. Our commonality is that we all want to use technology in creative ways. Twice a year, [...]
The Interactive Telecommunications Program at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts is the birthplace of some incredibly weird and wonderful creative technology. Just this year, we’ve already seen custom-made butt plugs and a descriptive camera...Show More Summary