Multimedia Authoring at Media Lab Helsinki (Aalto University, ARTS) focuses on media manipulation with code, namely C++/openFrameworks. The video is a compilation of the exercises done during the course. Mac apps and multi-platform source code available at mlab.taik.fi/mediacode/coursefiles/course_2011_04/
(Mac apps can be found within the “Bin” folder of each exercise)
Thank you: all course participants, guest lecturer Michihito Mizutani, openFrameworks community
More about the course and projects: http://mlab.taik.fi/mediacode/c/courses-projects/mma2011
Designing Interaction with Electronics course, 9/2010
Media Lab, Aalto University, School of Art and Design
By Michihito Mizutani and Nuno Correia (Flash teaching/demos)
The course focused on exploring interactivity with the Nokia N900 and Flash. Course information and materials available here: http://mlab.taik.fi/paja/?p=1249
More information on the course: http://mlab.taik.fi/mediacode/c/courses-projects/diwe2010
In August, I developed 3 “learning objects” related to Flash and ActionScript, entitled “Multimedia Development”:
This is similar to an online course, and somehow adapts some of the lessons I’ve been teaching in my latest Flash-related courses. It has been commissioned by Tallinn University. Check it out if you want to learn Flash/ActionScript 3, or if you are just curious. Feedback is welcome.
These are the topics for my lecture today at the “New Media and Innovation Management” Workshop, organized by Tallinn University’s Baltic Film and Media School and the Stockholm School of Economics in Riga.
The theme of the lecture is Multimedia Project Management, which will be centered around a generic new media project proposal.
From 2007 to 2010, I taught 4 editions of the Multimedia Authoring course at Media Lab Helsinki, University of Art and Design Helsinki (now Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture). Between 2007 and 2009, I taught only half of the course. The course focused on interactive and generative media development, and the technology adapted for my component of the course in that period was Adobe Flash.
PHOTOS (of project presentations, 1/10/2009): [updated]
From 21/9/2009 to 1/10/2009, I’ll be teaching the Digital Interactive Audio 20h course @ Tallinn University, as part of the Interactive Media and Knowledge Environments master program.
The course will focus on audio theory and digital audio recording / editing (using Audacity).
– Course program
Event: Participation as Jury of the 18th Bochum Videofestival
Place: Ruhr Universitat, Bochum, Germany
After participating in the VJ competition in the previous edition of the festival, I was invited this year to be part of the VJ competition jury.
Hyper Island Karlskrona 19/2/2008
Hyper Island Stockholm 20-21/2/2008
In February 2008, I was invited to give a series of lectures on Interaction Design at Hyper Island, a leading Swedish new media institute, with programs in Stockholm and Karlskrona. The invitation came through the company I was working at the time, digital agency Fjord. I was impressed by the way the Hyper Island programs were organized, with extensive industry connections. I was also positively impressed by the facilities (very modern and flexible in Stockholm, a renewed world heritage site in Karlskrona), and by the drive, motivation and creativity of the students. The Karlskrona lecture took place 19/2/2008, the Stockholm lectures 20-21/2/2008.
In 10/2007, I taught an intensive 5 days Multimedia Authoring course at the Estonian Academy of Arts in Tallinn. It was mainly a introductory Flash course. In the end, the students presented their small projects or prototypes.
In June 1st 2006 I participated in the VJ Factory Festival, organised by MediaLab Tallinn / MARTU (http://www.martu.org).
The first part of the festival took place at MediaLab Tallinn, in a reconverted factory called Kultuuritehas Polymer (Culture Factory Polimer).