This is the link to the website that I made for my Interactive Data Visualisation: http://www.fabioamelia.com/TourMoon/ The resolution that I designed this website for is 2560 x 1440.
Now that I finished creating my solar plate I can finally use for printing. First of all, I used this special cream to protect my hands. Then I spread the ink on the solar plate using a cardboard sheet. I positioned my solar plate on the surface of this press roller machine, I put a … Continue reading Solar Plate Part 2
Solar Plate is also known as Photopolymer etching plate. First of all, we cut the solar plate in 13x9cm using a guillotine. To do that, we use a special protective film to do not damage the surface. Then I put my name on it and I covered it under a light-resistant container. At this point, … Continue reading Solar Plate
We had a lesson about Physical Computing this week. Physical Computing means use an electronic device (hardware) combined to code (software) that can sense and respond to the world and make it as a tool for designers to make experiences and communicate ideas. With this intersection between computers and the real world, we can produce … Continue reading Physical Computing
In our second session of Screen Printing, we have seen how to prepare the screen before we start to print with it. First of all, we reclaim the screen. We remove the tape that we used to close the gap between the screen and the frame. We can use two liquids to clean the screen, … Continue reading Screen Printing Part 2
I had this idea of making a horizontal web page that the user can navigate with a joystick. I remembered all those video game arcade cabinets that I used to play when I was a kid. Games like Space Invaders, R-Type or Galaga were you control the Spaceship with the joystick and you press the … Continue reading Rocket website