Michael

Musical Dance Interface

by Michael on April 15, 2013

Our slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/19iVJI2LxgB2jzGHOwYtLk6T2JeJJYuVE3eteym2441o/edit?usp=sharing more…

Project Update: Musical Dance Interface

by Michael on March 25, 2013

Our biggest hurdle is to figure out if we want to make a matt or a shoe, but to do that, we first need to remind ourselves how to use Arduino! We also spent a bit of time figuring out what to tackle in what order, and imagining what materials we will need throughout the […] more…

3D Scanners in Malls

by Michael on March 12, 2013

http://www.me-ality.com/ more…

Beats Beats Beats

by Michael on March 12, 2013

http://www.jazzasmovement.com/wheres-the-beat.html more…

http://itp.nyu.edu/~mam1286/milazzo_ma/?p=206 more…

Re-Thinking the Syringe

by Michael on February 18, 2013

Reading “The effect of a new syringe design on the ability of rheumatoid arthritis patients to inject a biological medication” provided me with some valuable insights into the process of testing a new design. The fact that this was done in an academic journal makes sense because it is a product designed specifically for the medical […] more…

Mapping the Ankle

by Michael on February 12, 2013

Original post with images: http://itp.nyu.edu/~mam1286/milazzo_ma/?p=194 For week two of Biomechanics for Interactive design, I mapped the range of motion of the ankle joint in the Sagittal plane. This about.com article notes that the plantar flexion(downward movement) is 50 degrees and the dorsiflexion(upward movement) is 20 degrees. I also found a very helpful animated video that explains the anatomy and movement […] more…

Michelangelo’s Contributions to Biomechanics

by Michael on February 5, 2013

http://itp.nyu.edu/~mam1286/milazzo_ma/?p=177 more…