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Mapping Workshop

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GROUP PROJECT – MAY 2017 Millumin software – Manual work For a workshop, we had the chance to learn Millumin, a video mapping software to make a 30 seconds long mapping project. We had two days to learn the software, define the project, create the model, and make the projection on it. It was really interesting but quite challenging. We began by choosing the music because the projection should be in concordance with it. Then we created the model and we were looking for the videos we would project. With this software we were able to use two different masks. For the first one we took a photo of the model to cut out on Photoshop the shapes to make the mask. The other one was simply by cutting out the shapes on Millumin. Music: Meta Taro – Babymetal
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Iterative project

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GROUP PROJECT – NOVEMBER 2016 TO JANUARY 2017 Figma – PHP – CSS3 – HTML5 – JavaScript – Google API Trhacker was an iterative project where we had to create a pervasive game in connection with the city where we live and playable in public spaces. The goal of our game is to « hack » other people with the application in public parks that are the arenas. Those parks are displayed in blue on the map, by clicking on it, you can see if a game is in progress and join it. Thanks to the radar, we locate our target, but you should be discrete if you want to hack him. Because if you are spotted, your target can protect himself and hack you back. If you are being hack a notification pop on your phone, so you can protect yourself. If you loose, your screen and your flashlight will blink and flash, and the vibrator of your phone will vibrate randomly. You can try it here : Demo You can use those login details to log on username: user – password: password Made with: Quentin Luylier – Paul Duclos – Cyriac Jannel
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SLA 3D printer

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PERSONAL PROJECT – JUNE 2016 TO TODAY Electronic knowledge – Arduino software (for coding) – Arduino Mega and RAMPS 1.4 Currently I am building a SLA 3D printer from scratch, because I love making electronic things, and also because I am passionate about printers. This one will use the technology of daylight resin and LCD screen. It is inspired by the “RAR Print”, an open source and low-cost photopolymer 3D printer, that uses stepper motors from CD/DVD–roms drives. But this only prints little volumes, so that’s why I wanted to build mine, in order to have a larger printing volume. I am trying to build this printer with the most recycled parts possible, in order to avoid huge costs, and to show that a 3D printer can be affordable.
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