Interactive Media Systems Lab
The interactive media systems laboratory provides individual supervision giving students the opportunity to develop their own applications and system solutions, for example in the fields of video and sound installations, and kinetic works. The focus is on developing software and interface applications using MAX/msp/Jitter, and also using various sorts of sensors and actuators for communicating within spaces and in relation to audiences/spectators. This often includes the use and development of micro controllers such as Arduino and Basic Stamp.
Tore Nilsson, Lecturer in Fine Art
Introductory and continuation courses in Arduino. Introductory and continuation courses in MAX/msp/Jitter.
- Tools: soldering irons, hand tools, multimeters, oscilloscope, signal generator, sound level meter, light meter. Various electronic components etc.