Timetable 2012-2013

Phase One

Decide on the specific artistic and research goals for the project
Projects using moving wooden parts, sensors, java & arduino

Oct, Nov, Dec

  • Research & Reading

Jan

Feb

  • (month off for TESOL studies)

Mar

Apr

  • Develop machine studies – complete the walking robot body structure
  • Develop Ai studies – build a simple values based intelligence that weighs up decisions

May

  • Complete working models of printhead, mobility ideas
  • Complete logic framework for the Ai

Phase Two: 30-60 Weeks (May ’12 – Nov ’12):

  • Begin building 3D printer
  • Develop an experimental interim project – take to an eco-community and record the impact, feedback and effects
  • Develop an experimental interim project – take to an art-therapist and record the impact, feedback and effects
  • Develop an experimental interim project – take to an inner city venue and record the impact, feedback and effects
  • Test the devices with animals – if the qualities of the artefacts are truly universal then it will be interesting to see how they are received by non-intellectual creatures
  • Advance the practical experiments – mature the production language towards stability
  • Design and develop plans for the final project – including researching a presentation platform / environment

Phase Three: 60-90 Weeks (Dec ’12 – July ’13):

  • Bring together the results – from the eco-community and art-therapy experiments – into a document/s that points clearly the direction of the final project piece
  • Design and plan the final project
  • Build the final project
  • Secure the presentation environment and record the impact, feedback and effects on its audience
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