A quick intro to signaling, STUN and TURN, and an open-source signaling server and wrapper for simple-peer.

Back in 2015, I built that depends on . A few years later I was giving the tool a revamp and noticed a number of errors coming from PeerJS, which…


How to use frame averaging as a simple method to smooth keypoint data from PoseNet in .

Google’s Tensorflow.js model is extremely useful. It returns real-time pose estimation data in the browser from just a webcam, which allows for all sorts of accessible embodied interactions (like and ) in the browser. Using the


Documentation and reflection on “Recreating The Past,” a ten-week course on computational art taught by zach lieberman at the .

Bridget Riley’s work (left). My digital recreation in openFrameworks (right).

I had the opportunity to take Zach Lieberman’s course this summer. …


Machine learning is paving the way for the internet to be a source of creativity and collaboration

Photo: Gunther Kleinert/EyeEm/Getty Images

This is the second of two articles about designing for machine learning on the web. This article addresses machine intelligence as a creative collaborator; the first discusses . This series of articles was originally published by the team at .

Among the final…


With machine learning, our bodies may be the next step in the way we interact with the internet

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This is the first of two articles about designing for machine learning on the web. This article discusses the body as input; the second addresses . This series of articles was originally published by the team at .

I recently attended…


We’ve given computers our minds. We now need to lend them our bodies.

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Computers are ubiquitous. Aided by the internet, they have infiltrated our individual, social, and political lives. With the expansion of artificial intelligence and machine learning, they are poised to have even greater impact. …


Learnings and workflow from sending 3D color and depth images across networks in real time.

A few years ago I started working on an open source tool called , affectionally taking its name from its two major components: + . …


Avoiding common pitfalls when working with cameras and other sensors in public settings.

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Back in 2016, I built , a tool that sends volumetric and skeletal data online using the . Since then, Kinectron has become widely used by students at , especially in the


One of the most frequent questions I get from people working with the Kinect, and is: what is the skeleton actually made up of, and how is that represented? …


We visualized the body electric of three contemporary circus performers on a 120’ x 10’ screen in real time. These are the data considerations that most shaped the project.

Françoise Voranger of Hybrid Movement Company performs Threads at IAC Headquarters. Photo by Andrew T. Foster.

When Aaron Parsekian and I found out we would have the opportunity to program the IAC media wall, we knew immediately we would create an experience working with data and live performance.

We had seen a lot of performances using motion capture — the performer moves and the visualizations respond…

Lisa Jamhoury

Artist & researcher working with computation and the body • Teaching @ITP_NYU • Formerly Machine Intel @Adobe Design and Digital Lead @BlueChalkMedia

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