Fall 2018 - IAT 320 D100
Body Interface (3)
Class Number: 7306
Delivery Method: In Person
Explores ideas of embodiment, knowledge, and space within the human relationship to technology. Throughout this course, students will construct and analyze contemporary and historical models of bodily interaction with machines, understand physical practices of embodiment, and apply these concepts to representation, design, and the production of artistic interfaces.
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