Susse Jensen


Hi Everybody.

I’m sending you a link to my video for presentation tomorrow.

I have tried to document my process towards the final product.
Hope you are kick ass tomorrow, I will see you after the break.

Happy holiday and Merry Christmas

Open frameworks works;)

I used the vectorGraphics example and hacked the shapes and movements.
I had a hart time getting started and navigating around, but I sensed to get a little more familiar with it.
Mostly I wish I had more time to do more, I found out as soon as I used the functions on the openframeworks website, there were a lot more cool stuff to do.


I also made a video of my recording interacting with it:

The most difficulties I had was saving the documents, since I wasn’t working on my own computer.

Sphere, Processing and Arduino

hope you all are safe!!

The hardest part for me in this assignment was to find my port so that processing would read my output.

I choose to use the values from the potentiometer to size a box in a sphere, for aestetic purposes I found it funny to se the two dimensions change in and out of each other.

I also wanted to add two potentiometers to controle both figurs, the even trough I made two floats and assigned two different values as output for the println, I couldn’t figure out how to have processing read seperat the two values?

Had fun doing it, here is a link to my processing code:

Here is a link to a video of it in action:



Arduino Rube Goldberg

Susse, Jason and I worked together on our Arduino Rube Goldberg. We wanted to make a little motor car drive over a strip of foil to light up LEDs along the way, but decided to start with something a little simpler that actually worked! So here we have a button which turns on an LED, which is picked up by a photo sensor, which sets off a speaker to play some sweet tunes. I think Susse will bring in the car that she was working on, so the next step is to have the car begin the Rube Goldberg instead of the button.

(I’m having trouble uploading the video so will put it up on vimeo and post the link in a bit!)

psychedelic hippopotamus

This weeks project  was my excuse to make a psychedelic hippopotamus:)

The code is here:

Using sound and LED’s blinking, I couldn’t help but make an animal a little decentered from reality

So I wanted to make an awake moment and a waking up moment(two states)

I’m going to post the video tomorrow, seems that either my Hippopotamus is to small or my breadbord is to big at the moment:/




Parallel vs. Serial

Hi everybody,

Here are my two drawing for a parallel and Serial diagram.
I could not make my serial work with three(so here it is with two), also the reason why I calculated with two LED’s.

I went with the average volt of an LED as 2.2V, I was inspired by the tutorial(Jennifer:),


Also here is my git hub link to them in action: Parallel  And Serial

I’m very excited to start on making weird, blinking noisy stuff soon, I got to light sensors I really want to make something out of.



Week 4

For a library I downloaded the fluid forms libraries, they had some really cool 3D exambles:

My github code is here(very happy to finally have made it work):

Week 3

I wanted to make an interactive flower and assign different pattles to the flower using the OOP.





week 2

Working with the trig figurs, made me want to explore clocks a little bit more.

I have before made a project with time projected on the floor and therefore saw this as an opportunity explore this.
I was working with two challenges not showing any numbers, and getting the actual time right, calculating how fast the clack should go: The first one, based of the training from class was this one:


The second one I wanted to play arround with more was this oe


I would like for that one to show two ellipses, the design from the alarm clock I designed was this, and was what I based my ideas for the clock from: