See also student class projects for examples of work students have done in my classes.
Explores the near-term future of architecture, where buildings will embed computational capabilities.
Design-build studio investigating the integration of computing into the home.
Architectural design studio : drop-city artist housing
Prototyping responsive buildings.
Computer graphics programming in Java
research, design, develop, debug, and demonstrate a computing technology for a sport or play
Explore technical issues in the design and construction of on-line environment; consider societal issues in this realm of social and civic interaction.
Seminar surveying design methods literature.
Examines the notion of “design thinking”, which has become a commonly used term in business, engineering, industrial and product design, and architecture.
Explore creative, whimsical, elegant, clever, innovative, ways of employing computer aided manufacturing in design
Architecture studio focused on exploring design systems.
Making things with laser-cutting, folding, and assembling flat materials; molding and casting plastic resins, mechanical movement, fabric and tensile structures, and embedded electronics.
Computer applications in the context of daily life as well as in the practice of design.
Embed light, sound, touch, motion, etc. into everyday furniture and program interactive behavior with a microcontroller.
Physical Computing projects course
participants work in small teams with electronics, programming, and traditional and novel materials, to design, implement, and demonstrate possibilities of integrating technology with physical stuff.
Reading seminar on topics in tangible interaction.
Practical aspects of how to conduct research.
Participants exchange knowledge and skills.
Design research seminar
Design-build studio for tangible interaction.
Examines the theory of design practice from various viewpoints, recognizing the relationship between design theory and computational tools for practice.
physical computing projects class with Mike Eisenberg