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Summer at the StudioLab

Summer at the StudioLab 

Interning at the StudioLab this summer was eight weeks of chaos and delight. We started out with a couple of clear goals: preparing workshops for PUMA, making improvements to the space, and working on a personal project or two. But every week brought new tools and tech to tinker with, so by the end we had many projects, large and small, some finished and others ongoing.

Patterns & Culture Workshop

CST's University Administrative Fellow, Bernat Guillén Pegueroles has conducted interactive workshops, dissecting the math behind patterns.  Topics have included exploring their cultural origins and significance, creating new culturally inspired patterns and discussion on their significance.  Bernat has blogged about the series here:

Patterns & Culture Workshop

CST's University Administrative Fellow, Bernat Guillén Pegueroles has conducted interactive workshops, dissecting the math behind patterns.  Topics have included exploring their cultural origins and significance, creating new culturally inspired patterns and discussion on their significance.  Read Bernat's blog here:

In the previous workshop we had a long discussion about patterns. What are they, why are they interesting, how do they relate to culture… In this session we looked for actual patterns in a dataset: The mouse movement of a user during two hours.

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