L2P Project (Lead to Pixels): Dr. Rebecca M. Chung If someone sees a book image on a screen, are they truly reading a book? If not, then how can digitization be used to transmit the material and historical features of reading? The materiality of the text connects the creation of that text to its historical moment. Historical context is as much about paper composition, assembly techniques, enclosure styles, and chemical composition—as about dates or places or names. The L2P project works on...
A quick look into what was happening in Design Lab 1 on the morning of January 24, featuring a course offered through the Living Arts program.
RJ speaks about his first semester as a Design Lab Resident.
Isaac Levine and I have immersed ourselves in the troubling yet rewarding world of guitar effects pedal construction. What began as a short project designed to bolster our knowledge of circuitry in musical instruments has now turned into a lengthy trek to explore the instructional resources of the internet, the inventory of the North Campus WorkBench, and the variability of the electrical components required for guitar effects pedal construction.
A project from the Shapiro Design Lab automatically tweeting out images from the University's history.
Hi! My name is Isaac Levine, and I’m the supervisor for the new and improved WorkBench space inside of the Digital Media Commons. I’d like to introduce you to the resources available through this space, and also talk about exciting new developments.
The Shapiro Design Lab is now seeking submissions from University of Michigan students for its new Process Gallery, a project dedicated to showcasing the creative process in all the form it takes.
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