- Tribeca Immersive Arcade
- More CAD software:
- Final Project requirements are now updated. Note the Bibliography (non-annotated) requirement.
- Final Deliverables are now updated.
- You must be present and on-time at the final class on May 4.
- Final Deliverables are due on your website and Google drive on May 6 @ 10AM.
- Extra credit (10 points added to your final project grade): Attend a training at any of NYU’s Makerspaces and document it with
- 3+ photos and
- 2+ paragraphs.
Be sure to take a photo and record the name of the training instructor for this assignment to be counted.
- Box Designers:
- Prototyping Exercise
- Persona Exercise
- Storytelling Exercise
- Review of Final Requirements
- Looking ahead
- Next week (April 27): final work time, Isaac’s presentation, 1-on-1 pre-grade check-ins, storytelling guest Mo Beasley
- Final class (May 4): guest critics from NYU Makerspace, FUREE, Trello, Institute of Culinary Education, Map Kibera Trust. Let me know if you’d like to be paired with any particular critic.
- 1-on-1s and work time
- Materials: If you are still working out the materials of your final prototype, let’s talk about this in our 1-on-1.
- Finish your medium-fi prototype and document it with an image and/or text explanation. Is this a looks-like, feels-like, or works-like prototype?
- Post a draft for the framing story of your final project. Please answer: what does your imagined future (Prompt 1) or real context (Prompt 2) look, sound, and feel like?
- Post a draft for the message of your final project. Who is your potential audience, and what message would you transmit to them (either from the future or the present)?
- (If applicable) Catch up on making your less lo-fi prototype. If you made something today, document it–it counts as part of the prototype process.
- (If applicable) Constant input/output. If you’re merging your prototype into your constant input/output, MARK THIS ON YOUR POSTS.
- BRING your prototypes/sketches/project files/materials etc to show and work on in class.