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* 1. What is your name?

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* 2. What (actually or potentially) interests you about this course? What do you hope to achieve, or how do you think it may influence your practice?

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* 3. Choose up to two. (You may not choose three.)
Are you most interested in making things which are:

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* 4. Choose two. (You may not choose three.)
When making things, do you prefer to make things:

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* 5. This course runs best when the students assist and teach each other. (It's much more effective than when all knowledge has to pass through the professor!) But this works best when everyone brings something special to the table. What sorts of expertise might you be able to share?

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* 6. Have you ever used code to make something *you* wanted to make? In other words, approximately how many times have you created a self-directed software project? (It's fine if your projects were incomplete or small, and it doesn't matter whether anyone would call them "Art" or not).

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* 7. Have you ever been intrigued or impressed by a computer-generated or computer-based artwork (apart from animated movies by e.g. Pixar/Dreamworks etc.)? If so, what was it? Feel free to interpret "artwork" in the broadest cultural sense.

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* 8. Please indicate your interest in the following topics or themes.

  I'm not certain what this is It's not really my thing I'm curious about this topic I love this!
game design
information visualization
audiovisual media / performance
locative / mobile media
tactical / hactivist media
design fiction
augmented reality
generative form
artificial life, physics simulations
mechatronic, robotic and/or device art
tangible/body-based interface design
computer animation / CGI
dynamic typography

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* 9. Please indicate your level of experience with the following text-based programming languages:

  None A little Some Lots
ActionScript
C, C++, C#
Java
JavaScript
Python

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* 10. Please indicate your level of experience with each of the following arts-engineering toolkits.

  Never heard of it Heard of it but never tried it Ran the demos Used it for a project or two Regular user
Arduino
JavaScript
Max/MSP/Jitter
OpenFrameworks
Processing
Pure Data (pd)
Unity3D

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* 11. Waiver and Consent to Disclose Student Work Online. In fulfillment of the requirements of this course, students are expected to publish their assignments online, in a publicly accessible format. That said, concerned students have the option to present their work in an anonymized way (i.e. without their full name) if they wish. Do you consent to present your efforts online?

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* 12. Is there anything else you'd like to add?

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