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New Media Master's Thesis presentations / Mon 13.12.2021

Welcome to follow New Media Master’s Thesis presentations!
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Monday 13.12.2021
Place: Zoom Meeting – you will receive a link by emailing Philip Dean (philip.dean (at) aalto.fi)
Event starts at 9:00

Program:
9:00 Hsieh Wan-Ting: Wireless Haptic System Design for a Multiplayer VR Game Scenario
9:50 Abhishek Jaiswal: Less Input, More Output: Investigating Multiple Purpose Game Mechanics
10:40 Jasmine Xie: transcension: an exploration of the creative potentials for wearable technology and interactive media art in fantasy worldbuilding
11:30 Chikramane Ameya: Mediating Presence in Virtual Design Thinking Workshops
Lunch Break 12:15-13:15
13:15 Mirya Nezvitskaya: Protecting the invisible: Exploring the preservation of endangered languages through new media technologies
14:05 Havanto Otso: Associate – documentation of a machine learning-based generative poetry artwork and reflections on the implications of generativeness in digital poetry
14:55 Varm Taavi: Making of “XXX Xanax Edition” New Media Installation. The creative process, observations and methods from the perspective of a depressed artist.

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