Author Archives: Katherine Habeck

Katherine Habeck

27 Apr 2016

For the final project, I developed an associated image sequencer that is explored via a swipe-able web app.
In a past project I built a tool that scrapes Bing for related images. I used to this tool to create the …

Katherine Habeck

04 Apr 2016

Although I’m not 100 percent sure, for the final project I’m thinking of returning to one of my previous project attempts this semester.

I would like to see the texture collage generator through to completion. This would involve fixing the …

Katherine Habeck

04 Apr 2016

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I began this project with an interested in the dataset of describable textures. I liked this set of images because they are playful, removed from their original context, and grouped not by subject, but by the feel and …

Katherine Habeck

23 Mar 2016

I’ve selected a dataset of 5640 describable textures. See “bumpy”, “crosshatched”, and “braided” below.

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I am interested in this dataset because it offers a variety of images, pulled out of context, and isolated by their similar texture characteristics.

For …

Katherine Habeck

14 Mar 2016

Though I sort of lost my way on this project, I thought I’d go ahead and share the images I generated from the Archive of Many Outdoor Scenes. I looked for an interesting webcam from the archive of some …

Katherine Habeck

22 Feb 2016

For this project, I am looking to visualize the US Military machine. I was thinking about the way Jenny Odell collected satellite images of certain landmarks and objects and thought the same sort of image collection could be done to …

Katherine Habeck

14 Feb 2016

eyeball-drawing

An early version of the program which simply draws a semi-transparent mark at each x,y location the viewer gazes at onscreen. This was simply to get a sense of how the eye moved, what the drawing looked like naturally, and

Katherine Habeck

01 Feb 2016

Daniel Rozin
“PomPom Mirror,” 2015

This is such a mesmerizing piece by Daniel Rozin. From the video, I can tell that it is probably reading in a depth image from a Kinect mounted at the top of the “mirror”. Motors …

Katherine Habeck

01 Feb 2016

I really loved the twitter bot that posted parts of the human body over the course of nine months. An apt time line and beautiful gifs. Can’t remember the author name or Twitter handle (and I can’t find it on …