Homework #3 (Due 10/12)

Create 10 different sketches for 10 different ideas for your final project.  Allow yourself to brainstorm and dream.

Each sketch should be done in pen and should take up an entire sheet of 8.5×11 paper.  We will be showing these sketches in class next week.

Scan or take pictures of your sketches and post the pictures to your personal brainstorming page.

1) To do this, you will need to first login to wordpress at this location: https://ccrma.stanford.edu/wp/250a/wp-admin

This needs to be done every time you want to edit your wordpress site.

2) Go to: https://ccrma.stanford.edu/wp/250a/10-ideas_fall_2015/

Click on the link that corresponds to your name.  Choose the Edit Page button on the top menu bar.  Upload your pictures.



Homework #2 (Due 10/5)

Please do this homework after you have read the reading for this week and after class on Wednesday 9/30.

Draw an example of a button (discrete input) and a handle (continuous input) that you use in your daily life.
– Make sure that each drawing takes up an entire 8.5 x 11″ sheet of paper.
– Use a thick marker or dark pen, not a pencil (so that we can see it on the document camera).
– Show how you interact with the button or handle by including a picture of your hand, foot, nose or whatever else you use to interact physically with the device.
– Write a couple of sentences on your sheets about what you like or don’t like about your examples.

Homework #2 (Due 10/5)

1) If, for some reason, you have not filled out this form, please do so:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1nMPfqxIIoFFM0REAfN-eY-omIJUbeHXM4L8l3PDCpyc/viewform?usp=send_form

2) Download Max/MSP onto your laptop or make arrangements with Sasha to learn how to use one of the CCRMA Studios

3) Learn or refresh yourself on the principles of electronics. There will be a simple in-class quiz on Monday 9/28.  If you do not pass the quiz, we will ask you to attend an additional electronics tutorial.  The quiz with answers and links to tutorials on each subject can be found here:


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