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What’s Poppin’ - A Historical Muscento: STC 209 2022 Final Projects

What’s Poppin’? A Historical MuscentoBy Fatoumata Sow '22, Kathleen Li '24, Taylor Akin '23When you watch What’s Poppin’, we aim to provoke you, the viewer, to…

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Body Builders: Living Systems as Art Media (SEN)

This course explores the crossover collaborative of bioengineering and art, presenting the notion of bioengineering as an artistic practice. A creative portrayal has the potential to humanize this…

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RadLab: DIY Drone for Immersive Flight Experience

Most commercial hobbyist drones are designed for the best-possible cinematography or racing, while live FPV (first-person view) video quality remains an afterthought. M. G. will share how he designed…

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RadLab: Dungeons and Dragons Crash Course

Come learn how to play the best tabletop game ever made! In this 1-hour radLab, T. W. will teach you everything you need to know about how to sit down and experience the group storytelling that is…

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RadLab: Building Yourself on the Side without Burning Out

As an individual you are so much more than a single subject or degree. From side hustles to evening classes, you are at your best when you bring your whole self into the workplace. William Anderson,…

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RadLab: Designing Walking Combat Robots

Ben Israeli will discuss his experience building robots for Mech Warfare, a competition in which remotely piloted legged robots ("mechs") battle using pellet guns. He'll tell us about…

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RadLab: A Field Study of Con Games

Christopher Lawrence will tell a story from the science archives. The story is based off of a paper published by a Professor at the university. Through a compelling mixture of past and present,…

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RadLab: OpenSCAD: A Brief Introduction

3D modeling without a mouse!? Using a powerful script-based approach, OpenSCAD presents an exciting alternative to conventional approaches to 3D modeling. In this RadLab, find out about the potential…

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RadLab: Synthesizer Interface Design

B. B. shares his work as a hobbyist electronic musical instrument designer. He'll talk about his latest creation, Destiny Clock, a complex sequencing device for creating musical patterns from…

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RadLab; Using OBS to Control Your Livestream

Open Broadcaster Software (OBS) is a powerful open-source program for streaming to platforms like YouTube, Twitch, and even Zoom. We’ll teach you the basics, share some pro-tips for using OBS,…

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RadLab: Arcade Controllers

Controllers tell us how to play and games tell us how to rethink our controllers. This conversation helps us critique designs and come up with new ones. But what about designs that have been…

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RadLab: Sculpture from Found Objects

T. V. shares his work and ideas as a hobbyist sculptor. He will talk about making art out of everyday objects, how he came to love Dadaism, and what his process of making a sculpture looks like.

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RadLab: Virtual Maze-Solving Competition

Every year, the Princeton Robotics Club competes against other universities in a maze-solving competition, and last year the club hosted this competition for the first time. In order to allow for the…

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RadLab: Sonic Junkyard Adventures

Princeton graduate composer Bora Yoon shares her unique approach to electroacoustic music and interdisciplinary performance, utilizing instruments, objects, and sonic sundries from a variety of…

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RadLab: Sequencing with ASCII in Orca

So you want to make some jams, but you want to do it the hard way by using some esoteric software from a techno-anarchist design studio located on a sailboat that travels around the Pacific Ocean?…

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RadLab: Exercises in Constrained Writing with Emoji

Writer C. B. often uses constraints to structure and scaffold her fiction. This evening, she will introduce the work of the Oulipo (Ouvroir de littérature potentielle) and the Writhing…

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