Networked Media

NetMedia Final: NYC Skyscrapers

NYC Skyscrapers is a simple website that displays georeferenced information about the tallest buildings in New York City. It uses Google Maps Api to provide a map interface showing each building’s location and static information, and Flickr API to display

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NetMedia Final: NYC Skyscrapers

NYC Skyscrapers is a simple website that displays georeferenced information about the tallest buildings in New York City. It uses Google Maps Api to provide a map interface showing each building’s location and static information, and Flickr API to display

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NetMedia Final Project: Ideas

For my final Networked Media project, I will create a website that displays information of the tallest buildings in New York City. I am very interested in geolocation and displaying information from the real world using the web, as a

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NetMedia Final Project: Ideas

For my final Networked Media project, I will create a website that displays information of the tallest buildings in New York City. I am very interested in geolocation and displaying information from the real world using the web, as a

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JSON and Google Maps API

As a way to get into the idea of consuming Data and visualizing it online, the assignment this week was to build a page that uses an API and changes the DOM based on the data, an also create and

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JSON and Google Maps API

As a way to get into the idea of consuming Data and visualizing it online, the assignment this week was to build a page that uses an API and changes the DOM based on the data, an also create and

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p5.dom and Event listeners

This week we looked at how to access an HTML element -also known as a DOM element- with Javascript and manipulate it with code. I decided to work with p5.dom to create some HTML that control javascript elements over the

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p5.dom and Event listeners

This week we looked at how to access an HTML element -also known as a DOM element- with Javascript and manipulate it with code. I decided to work with p5.dom to create some HTML that control javascript elements over the

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Reading: Art and the API / Google’s Dev Art

Through this week’s reding on Jen Thorp’s Art and the API and looking at some of the art projects that use APIs at Google’s Dev Art, I learnt many interesting things about developing applications and art using the data that

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Reading: Art and the API / Google’s Dev Art

Through this week’s reding on Jen Thorp’s Art and the API and looking at some of the art projects that use APIs at Google’s Dev Art, I learnt many interesting things about developing applications and art using the data that

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JavaScript and p5.js

We started working with javascript and the p5.js library to implement interactive functionality into html. In order to use p5 or Javascript in our project, we need to include the javascript file in your HMTL using script tags. Here is

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JavaScript and p5.js

We started working with javascript and the p5.js library to implement interactive functionality into html. In order to use p5 or Javascript in our project, we need to include the javascript file in your HMTL using script tags. Here is

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Reading: Long live the Web

In his article Long Live the Web, Tim Berners-Lee writes about his desire for continued open standards and neutrality in the Web. As its creator, he explains that defending the web is part of a social revolution, and not merely

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Reading: Long live the Web

In his article Long Live the Web, Tim Berners-Lee writes about his desire for continued open standards and neutrality in the Web. As its creator, he explains that defending the web is part of a social revolution, and not merely

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Hypertext art with HTML and CSS

This is my first assignment using HTML and CSS: Memory Extender. I got inspired by Vannevar Bush and his idea of creating a machine that would provide an “enlarged intimate supplement to one’s memory”. I created a simple website that

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Hypertext art with HTML and CSS

This is my first assignment using HTML and CSS: Memory Extender. I got inspired by Vannevar Bush and his idea of creating a machine that would provide an “enlarged intimate supplement to one’s memory”. I created a simple website that

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Reading: As We May Think

In this article published in 1945, author Vannevar Bush predicts many kinds of technology invented during the following decades like personal computers and the Internet, and he also raises a problem that is very relevant even in these days: He

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Reading: As We May Think

In this article published in 1945, author Vannevar Bush predicts many kinds of technology invented during the following decades like personal computers and the Internet, and he also raises a problem that is very relevant even in these days: He

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