Team (Haemin Kim, Won Yeong, Jeeyoun Kim)

What is a room for you? Many college students live in a small room near school, paying rent every month. It’s tough but it is worth it.

But are you really having a nice sweet rest in your room? Do you feel your room as ‘My Room’? Aren’t you just using your room as ‘sleeping place’? I think the question “What is a room for you?” can be said as “How is your life now?”




Welcome, come in


Virginia Woolf once said ‘woman needs her own room, and enough money to support herself’. This, I’d say is not only about woman anymore. All human being needs their own spaces, where they can calm down and see oneself properly.

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But the world is full of limitless competition. You need to master ways to ‘win’ and always wear a poker-face. Otherwise… you’ll ‘fail’, you’ll ‘die’.


We all stretch our hands for ‘success’, but what is that success?


Your family are becoming distant due to your absent, nobody even remembers your birthday. Is this your ‘success’?

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Please, take a sit and think about it. Give it a try. Just take a moment. Or do you need a bigger space? Here:

Again: Do you REALLY own your space?


Take a seat. Shall we talk about it more seriously? Dining table is a perfect place to talk isn’t it?



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Take a piece of paper and write something giving you stress, RIP IT! CRUMPLE IT! THROW IT AWAY!
Don’t mind about that note not to throw away trash, the keeper here is just picky.


Now, get ready to remake your room


This is the construction room. It’s our loading program. We can load anything … anything we need.

What IS ‘real’? How do you DEFINE ‘real’?

Morpheus, <<The Matrix>>, 1999


Are you ready? why don’t you make your own ‘room’? Feel free.


Thank you


Group Project by <<ATYPIC MOVEMENT>> (Hunmin Park, Hyun Cho, Jeeyoun Kim)


We learned how to make sound with a light sensor using arduino. From this we had an idea that we could transform the sound back into the light and interact to the light sensor again. It was a transformation between ‘wave’.

This loop can be extended by connecting the light sensor to another speaker. This way, we could make more various sounds combining together like an orchestra. Either sound and light.



After this work, we thought how we could make a story out of this mechanism. Then we came out with an idea of a different type of ‘wave’, the pulse of our heart. We were able to purchase a pulse sensor that measures pulse from our finger. The data of our heart beat converts to digital numbers then those numbers formed particular sounds. Then we repeated the process we made above. This way, we thought the person will definitely get affected by the environment and the initial data will change in some way.

Program from OK GO


As a kid, I remember cramming time tables from times 1 to times 12. It was a tough time for me. Even now that’s the highest time table I can remember.

But who knew this time table had an amazing potential in math?

I’ve seen this video some time ago, and saw someone made the same simulation with grasshopper. Well since I am practicing using the tool, I could try it too right?
Why not?
So this is how it went!

It’s basically defining each points as natural numbers and connected original point and the multiplied number point. I multiplied floating points with one decimal place, from 0.0 to 100.0. For the ones which have results as real number, it rounds off to the nearest whole number.

This is the algorithm for only the circle part. I tagged the texts later on.