An organization established for discriminating gap between disabilities and technology
suit for teacher , therapist, software developer, etc.
apps for special needs
apps for special children
So far, I arrange possible working schedule at here
Jan 28 – Feb 02
Feb 03- Feb 09
Feb 10- Feb 17
Feb 18- Feb 24
|Review of Winter Work and Goals
|Iterations and Project Schedules
||Iterations and Exhibition Design
||User Test workshops|
confirm with the direction and medium
clearance of technique difficulties
|1.1st Iteration: Group art
PC to portable device
A) Processing OSC Android to draw simultaneously
|1. 2nd Iteration
device to device
A) Pattern drawing
B )Color plate added
C ) Result display for discussion
|1.Presentations and discussions
How art therapist can adopt these things
* find out what can be used in NYC therapist list.
These are a couple of trial in studying the form/content of the drawing.
Reference that can be applied in drawing canvas:
Text Character Paint (Text Rain by Camille Utterback & Romy Achituv )
Pattern (from Processing Example Sketch )
I have not being able to use pattern and drop paint for now.Considering the aspect of playable,they are interesting. Pollac paint is possible to build and can become an iteration. However, content of how they can be applied in art therapy is lacking crucial support now. It can be viewed also as a digital format of simple/simplistic app to draw this effect without mass preparation. How physical format is different than digital remain a issue standing there.
This is especially studying on applying color plate inside the app.
Simple Color testing
a progress sketch in applying simple color because the spectrum draw filed to be applied in tablet.
This is an example of code library.
The method to calculate color is below:
1) The library can grasp the color data in pixel and save it.
2) Using a tolerance number to decide the contrast
3) Save the number of color being record
4) showing them on the screen
Thesis proposal -Digital Application
In Creative Art Therapy
This is the working progress so far. Some of the details is still updating
Thank you for watching. Comment are welcome.
This goal of this drawing program is for testing user response for those “playable” app that one can easily found in the app market. App such as WURM and Silk, provided users new experience playing these app. Not only because of it can create a pattern but also it allow user’s freedom to interact. In this program, if one clicks the screen, it will generate some particles and these particles, according to physical animation, create the trace in the painting. At the beginning, I found the effect of trace has some potential for further development in doodling. I went back to ask Fabie to test this for me. She did not like the idea that computer took her job in drawing. When I show her a simple bubble interaction, she seems more interested. This prototype did break the assumption that any kind of drawing app can be used for art therapy. It actually not and gives more distraction. The animation is different for sure. But when function has to suit for personal preference, it had better to become neutral.
Although the result does not seem promising, I do have a couple findings. The action of coloring provides a visible goal and achievement in these small coloring goal. Mandala drawing, group art therapy,and color blending will possibly return on my working list. The dynamic process of group art and human’s response to the circle might worth for creating new user’s experience.
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http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/how-to-make-moss-graffiti-home-108580Since seeing Anna Garforth’s use of moss as graffiti we’ve been keen to try this at home. Turns out it’s a very simple process and we had the perfect wall in the backyard so we gave it a go. Cheap, easy and interesting garden decorations, we’d recommend this to anyone who has the space.
1. Decide on an image and transfer onto the wall in chalk. You could use a stencil or draw freehand. We use an overhead projector and are using the monogram we designed for our wedding.
2. Collect a handful of moss. Once you start looking for it you’ll see it everywhere! We found ours under some big shady trees near our house.
3. Wash as much of the dirt and plant matter off the underside of moss as possible.
4. Place the moss into the blender.
5. Add a table spoon or two of sugar and 1/2 cup of butter milk.
6. Blend to the consistency of a thickshake. Add some water if your mixture is too thick.
7. Pour mixture into a container with a lid.
8. Using a paint brush, paint on the moss mixture onto the wall in the shape of your image.
9. Keep the additional moss mixture in the fridge. We’ve been reapplying the moss mixture every second day and on the alternative day spritzing the area with water.
Additional Notes: After a week we’re already starting to see the moss establish itself on the wall. We expect it will be about a month until it’s fully established. We’ll keep you posted on the progress. Also, try and choose a wall that isn’t exposed to long periods of direct sunlight.
A new study shows that our brains react in a similar way whether we are in love or whether we are looking at beautiful artwork. Research by Professor Semir Zeki demonstrates that looking at art stimulates our brains which create the same chemical response as when we are in love. This is just further evidence that art may prove beneficial for those that are feeling down or depressed.
Professor Semir talks more about this in the following video posted by the United Kingdom’s ArtFund.
Daniel L. Stufflebeam The Evaluation Center Western Michigan University