Courses: Bio Articulation: Machines Th

Bio Articulation: Machines Th
Biometric machines transform data input to output, in narrative languages that commonly reduce complexity to constrained data and as such, unstable information and uncertain knowledges. Bioarticulation asks students to query this process, employing hardware, digital and computational tools to craft "biobatteries" that critically process varied types of biodetritus, in real time. Students will rethink data through aesthetics, metaphor and criticality, and consider the value and import of varied sensing technologies in this design. The machines produced will critically interrogate, reveal and thrive upon the response and behaviour of biodata. Students with credit in DIGF-6A13 may not take this course for credit.

Subject: Digital Futures
Departments: Graduate Studies
Academic Level: Graduate
Course Code: DIGF-6011
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