The Master of Science degree programs in Digital Media and Human-Computer Interaction provide students with the practical, interdisciplinary skills and theoretical understanding they need for a changing digital culture. Final projects from the HCI CS 8902, Psyc 8903 and LCC 6800 courses are presented here.

Recent Submissions

  • Generating Comics Narrative to Summarize Wearable Computer Data 

    Alderman, Jason (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-04-12)
    As people record their entire lives to disk, they need ways of summarizing and making sense of all of this data. Comics (and visual language) are a largely untapped medium for summarization, as they are already subtractive ...
  • Key and Lock puzzles in Procedural Gameplay 

    Ashmore, Calvin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2006-04)
    This project is an attempt to model and simulate key and lock puzzles in the style of Shigeru Miyamoto games, specifically the Zelda and Metroid series. Much of the gameplay in these titles is oriented around encountering ...
  • Tagging for TV: Design Document 

    Lausier, Annie (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
    In recent years, television has developed from a limited set of shows constrained by a fixed timeslot into a veritable viewer’s choice of channels, shows, and times. In addition, we have seen the rise of the complex episodic ...
  • Murmur : kinetic relief sculpture, multi-sensory display, listening machine 

    Rydarowski, Aimee (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2007-05)
    Today, increasingly varied modes of data representation, coupled with accessible technological resources, have democratized the field of information visualization and opened computing to new user groups. This environment ...