Mobile Computing Workshop @ Bauhaus Uni Weimar
From April the 17th, 2008 (until 10th of July), I will teach “Mobile Computing”
, a workshop about mobile phones and artistic strategies at the Bauhaus
The increased availability of cellphones in everyday life change the human behaviour, the devices show ubiquitous effects on our (body-)language, strategies of communication and social networking. They are used to document our life with video and audio recordings and therefore influence the construction and perception of reality.
Besides the artistic research, the module will give an overview to technical aspects of mobile phones and the basics of programming. In the end, every participant shall have programmed a simple J2ME application for her/his own mobile phone – together with a brief final description to document the artistic aspect of the work.
Click on the screenshot to open the workshop page at the Bauhaus University…
Some examples of my recent J2ME applications (ACPlotter & ACHarmonizer mobile). Informations about these and about my current project invoking phones and an Arduino BT (Bluetooth) board with biofeedback sensors will be published here as soon as possible…
· Workshop Mobile Computing at the Bauhaus University Weimar
· Workshop Results