Interaction and Expression Using the Pausch Bridge Lighting

  • September 10, 2013
  • By a2ru      
Student teams develop final projects to be exhibited on the bridge.


 

Working in cross-disciplinary teams, students are challenged to explore light as art, interactive design and programming using a Pharos lighting control system. Students learn about uses of light and interaction using the controls within the Randy Pausch Memorial Bridge on Carnegie Mellon University’s campus. Student teams develop final projects to be exhibited on the bridge.

Interaction and Expression Using the Pausch Bridge Lighting Syllabus