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Sizzling Student Show

By Rhizome

Twice each year, New York University’s Interactive Telecommunication Program (ITP) hosts a two-day explosion of interactive sight, sound, and technology. The show displays around 100 student projects and draws roughly 2,000 visitors. Transforming 721 Broadway into an extravaganza of flashing lights, moving parts, and beeping robots, this winter’s line-up promises the same diversity and creativity, including such fancies as talking seashells, VJs, decaying instruments, and surveillance fashion. The students explore a wide range of fields including, but not limited to, interactive art and sound, assistive technology, wireless devices, and physical computing. The exhibition is free and open to the public. - Alyssa Wright

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