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Matthew Appleby is a Stanford Sophomore studying Product Design with a possible minor in Studio Art and Computer Science. He grew up in Needham, MA and studied art and architecture at Phillips Academy during his high school years along with the rest of his high school curriculum. He has continued his artistic career at Stanford by studying design, drawing, and architecture and has continued his interest in computer science.  
Matthew Appleby is a Stanford Sophomore studying Product Design with a possible minor in Studio Art and Computer Science. He grew up in Needham, MA and studied art and architecture at Phillips Academy during his high school years along with the rest of his high school curriculum. He has continued his artistic career at Stanford by studying design, drawing, and architecture and has continued his interest in computer science.  
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I would prefer a small light from above that is not directed through the slits between the bars.
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'''Initial Ideas'''
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Revision as of 12:14, 11 March 2013

Current Status

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Personal Bio

Matthew Appleby is a Stanford Sophomore studying Product Design with a possible minor in Studio Art and Computer Science. He grew up in Needham, MA and studied art and architecture at Phillips Academy during his high school years along with the rest of his high school curriculum. He has continued his artistic career at Stanford by studying design, drawing, and architecture and has continued his interest in computer science.

Piece Description


Lighting Preferences

I would prefer a small light from above that is not directed through the slits between the bars.


Initial Ideas

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Very visual idea with a single speaker and microphone.

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Speaker array used to direct sound.

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Falling bouncy balls land on triggers that make a sound, either acoustic or analog.

Recent Ideas

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