Critical Making Course Final Show 2010
We held the Critical Making Final Project Show last night in Rm. 119, Bissell Building, University of Toronto.
The course uses design-based research on physical computing as an adjunct to information scholarship, exploring critical information issues related to intellectual property, technological bias, technical skill, and identity. It is offered yearly as part of the Masters of Information Degree in the Faculty of Information.
The projects that were shown last night address questions of wearable computing and explore how they potentially change the relationship between private information and public space.
The Sphinx Helmet – http://criticalmaking.weebly.com/
“Open Wide Goggles” http://openwidegoggles.wordpress.com/
Sensi-Safe – http://sensisafe.weebly.com/
Pseudonymity – http://criticalmakinggroup4.weebly.com
To view pictures from the event – http://www.flickr.com/photos/mattratto/sets/72157623738471221/