From 9 to 13 December 2019, I taught the Multitouch Interaction course at Aalto University, Media Lab. More information on the course: http://mlab.taik.fi/mediacode/archives/13506
From 10 to 14 December 2018, I taught the Multitouch Interaction course at Aalto University, Media Lab. More information on the course: http://mlab.taik.fi/mediacode/archives/13506
From 10 to 15 December 2017, I taught the Multitouch Interaction course at Aalto University, Media Lab Helsinki. More information on the course: http://mlab.taik.fi/mediacode/archives/13467
Made with: openFrameworks (9 projects) and Unity 3D (1 project)
Links: http://mlab.taik.fi/mediacode, http://medialab.aalto.fi
Projects code available from: https://github.com/aalto-multitouch-interaction/
The Multitouch Interaction course at Media Lab Helsinki (Aalto University, ARTS) focuses on using multitouch to create engaging experiences. Multiple devices are used, with an emphasis on the iOS platform. This video is a compilation of the exercises and projects done during the course.
In February 2014 I taught one week of the Information Visualization Design course at Media Lab Helsinki (Aalto University, ARTS), dedicated to Augmented Reality. Students developed their projects using web/mobile solutions such as Wikitude and Flayar. More on the course (and the technologies used): http://mlab.taik.fi/mediacode/c/courses-projects/ivd2014
On 23/5/2013, I participated in the AppCampus initiative, as a coach. From www.appcampus.fi: “AppCampus is an €18 million joint project of Aalto University, Microsoft and Nokia. We offer financing and coaching in mobile technology, design and usability to Windows Phone developers.”
I coached 4 teams, 2 hour sessions for each. The teams were mostly developing music related apps. The coaching was done together with Gokce Taskan, who I have collaborated in different projects in the past. We gave the teams advice regarding interaction design and user experience.
Updated September 2013: I coached a second wave of AppCampus teams in September 2013, in a longer coaching process (5, 12 and 19 September).
Between March and May 2013, I taught the 28 hour Developing Interactive Systems course, part of Interactive Media and Knowledge Environments MA of Tallinn University. The course focused on mobile development with openFrameworks and iOS (although 2 of the 7 projects used other technologies).
Photos and a video from the course: