According to British cybernetician Gordon Pask (1928-96), a feature of an interactive system are "underspecified goals". Find out what that means, and learn a bit more theory behind the concept of interaction in this one-session class. Then, put some theory into practice by programming an actual interactive piece.
We can use the installation created by students in the Interactive Lighting workshop last month as a framework to test out some topics covered in class. The installation features proximity sensor and microphone as inputs and programmable LED outputs mated to fiber optics. It currently resides in The Public School window display.