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FAQ Contents


Prefatory

  • Production Calendar
  • Caveats and Musts
  • Attitude

Show Questions

  • Who are the Show Producers?
  • When do I need to sign up by?
  • How are projects selected for the Show?
  • Group Projects - what's required?
  • How are equipment and space allocated?
  • How many projects are there in the Show?
  • Can I do a project off-floor?
  • Will signage be provided?
  • Can I submit my Thesis for the Show?

Submission Process

  • Submission Deadline
  • Projects Database Site
  • Required Information
  • Adding Equipment and Space

Everything you always wanted to know !

(and will be expected to have read)


The Winter Show takes place on:


Sunday, December 16 and Monday, December 17



PRODUCTION CALENDAR:


  • WEDNESDAY Nov 28   Students MAY enter projects into Projects Database

  • Wednesday Dec 5 12PM Noon | Deadline - MUST include Space and Equipment request and a Video URL

  • Friday Dec 7 - Final list of projects in the Show announced

  • monday dec 10 - FRIDAY Dec 14   Winter CLEANING Week! more info to come

  • WEDNESDAY DEC 12  FINAL Deadline for changes to web and print assets: Project Description, Elevator Pitch, etc

  • Friday dec 14 Floor Breakdown & Pizza Party beginning at 6pm

IF YOU HAVE STAGING or assigned storage SPACE

YOU ARE REQUIRED TO BE HERE FOR THE BREAKDOWN SO YOUR Project is not in the way or damaged in the move

  • saturday Dec 15 11:00AM - 4:00PM | Space / Equipment Check In - Mandatory for all point persons

11AM-Midnight Floor Hours for setup (ER can keep Floor open until 2AM, no later)


  • Sunday dec 16 11:00AM - 1:30PM | Production Walk-through - Mandatory for all Point Persons

    • 11:00 shop

    • 11:15 J room

    • 11:30 entrance+AB room

    • 11:45 adjunct office

    • 12:00 conference room + hallway

    • 12:15 room 15

    • 12:30 lounge

    • 12:45 room 50

    • 1:00 admin hallway

    • 1:15 downstairs lobby

  • Sunday dec 16 2:00PM - 6:00PM | SHOW DAY 1


  • Wednesday dec 17 | SHOW DAY 2

    • Noon-3PM | Document and see each other's work

    • 3:00PM-4:00PM | VIP, HS Students and Press Pre-Show

    • 4:00PM-8:00PM | Show Day 2

    • 8:00PM-Finish Show Cleanup - Mandatory for all Show Participants


CAVEATS AND MUSTS:

Before submitting your project for the Show, please consider these musts:

    • You must meet the Production Deadlines outlined above
    • You must show up for the mandatory Check-In Period
    • You must stay after the Show closes on the last night to help in restoring the flo


ATTITUDE

    • Be long on flexibility and organization and short on entitlement
    • Maintain a sense of humor. No matter what happens, it'll be alright in the end
    • Plan more time than you think you need
    • Keep contact with teachers and staff; things change quickly
    • The show is an excellent opportunity to get user feedback from people who don’t share your background or assumptions. If possible, design your work to encourage unguided feedback from the audience. Use it wisely. Don’t disagree with visitors, take note of what they don’t understand or don’t respond to in your work. 
    • Get proper sleep, and nutrition
    • Maintain concern for your fellow students, staff and faculty; we'll need each other's support to make the show work. The show is a privilege, not a right. Anyone exhibiting rude behavior during the show process may be removed from the show. 


APPROVED PROJECTS - UPDATED DEC 10TH

MAP v.1.0  Updated 5:45pm

11 & 1/4 inch by 7 inch LED-backlit LCD Display, 1280 by 800 pixel Resolution
36 out of 100
8 Sounds of the Nature
A Dyslexic’s Experience
A Machine That Feeds Itself
A Series of Accidents
A Window in your Hometown
Above the Cloud
Access
Adipose tissue
Alan Lomax Song Generation with Machine Learning
Aquatic Flow
Breaking News 24/7
Breathenage
Business Fan
Calligraphy Created by Music
CaricaTron
ChatBotany
Conducting Paintings
Constant Lineation
Cosmic Forest
Cosmic Harp
Creaturely Life
CyberScamp
Dance Floor MPC
Data Cubes
Data Viz: reimagined
Dear Younger Me
Escape the Cave
Escape the Cave
Fabricated: A Series on Light and Energy
Feeling in the Time
Fiber Optic MIDI Controller (FOMC)
Find Your Flow
Flappy melody
Focus Helper
Food Have Feelings Too
g.loop
Game of life - Eco
Garden
Gilad’s Box
Growth
Hot Pot of the Day
Household Tongs
How do artists think?
iConcert
IMERSA
In Cookie We Trust
Indiformity
Intelligent Selfie Filter
Invisible Orchestra
Islands of Sound
IT guy
It's Time to Go to Time
Jane
Jinxed Blinks
Just Do It.
LED Custom Controller
Lost and Found Bots
Maverick Flow
Memory Monster
Meta-Time
Mine and Yours
Mood Ring
Moving lights
Music Between Us
Natural Clock
Painting for a Moment as Wassily Kandinsky
Pandemonium
Panic Attack
Peace Bomb
Phubbing Puppets
Plant Boye
Power Your Day With Sunlight
Racist Webcam
Reflected Landscapes(working title0
Reverie Field
Rhythm 0.0.2
sensorship
Sharifa's Workstation
Shy Guy
Sirens
Sketch To AR
Sky Lantern the Wish
Smile, Please
Soft Steen
Solar System Tour and Navigator
Sound of Water
Space between us
Space.Sound
Taking Flight
The Body Pillow
The Exquisite Corpse
The Friendship Game
The invisible bird
The Music Box
The mystery machine
The Narcissist Mirror
The Reporter
The Well
This is not a theremin
Tinkle
Tubeman is happy!
Type to erase. Repeat to forget.
Untitled Drawing Sampler/Looper
ustad pullee khan
Visual Mode
Vo-5ynth
Vogue chair (tentative)
Weather in a Jar
what time are they now
wings(wearable)
word2vec voice game (changing this later)

SHOW QUESTIONS

WHO ARE THE PRODUCERS OF THE SHOW?

The Faculty Producers of the show are: Danny Rozin danny.rozin@nyu.edu and Allison Parrish aparrish@nyu.edu

The Technical Producer for the show is: Rob Ryan rob.ryan@nyu.edu


WHEN DO I NEED TO SIGN UP BY?

Submissions begin on Wednesday, November 28


Submission Deadline: 12PM NOON on Wednesday, December 5  


At any time before the deadline, you can fill in or modify the information about your project and your space and equipment needs. Be sure to associate it with the Winter Show 2018 venue. The equipment and space are not allotted on a first come, first serve basis but you might as well get it started early.



HOW ARE PROJECTS SELECTED FOR THE SHOW?

Space and equipment will be in high demand and it will not be possible to take all submissions, so projects are judged by the following criteria:

    • Project is from a class in the current semester
    • How well will the project show in this venue. Not too big (space), not too long (time), not too much equipment.
    • How far along is the project, is it finished and ready for presentation?
    • Video Demo URL

You must provide a 30-second video prior to the deadline on Wednesday, December 5 that shows us what your project is and indicates the current state of it.  Please show us the project in action. If it’s still under construction, give us a visual explanation of what the user will experience and evidence that you have the construction under control. You can edit the URL and swap out another video as you make progress, and we encourage you to put in a final video demonstration of the project in action once the website goes dynamic. 


GROUP PROJECTS - WHAT'S REQUIRED? What is a point person?

I'm in a group project; who should sign up?

Your group must select a point-person to be the primary contact responsible for the show.

This person should:

    1. answer all equipment and space questions
    2. sign up in the online signup, and
    3. stay with the project through the entire show

HOW MANY PROJECTS CAN I HAVE IN THE SHOW?

Every project should have ONLY ONE point person who is principally responsible for it. That means you will be with it all the way, all through the show, to demonstrate it, answer questions from guests, make sure it's working, and see to it that it's cleaned up at the end. You can't be point for two projects, so if you have two projects, make sure someone else in your group project has it as their main responsibility. Whoever that person is must know how to operate, explain, and fix (if needed) the project on their own.

If you are submitting a solo project to the show, you do so with the understanding that you will not be able to have any other solo projects in the show, nor act as point on any other group projects.


HOW ARE EQUIPMENT AND SPACE ALLOCATED?

    • Equipment is dispensed from ITPs resources pulled from the labs, gallery and equipment room
    • In general, you will need to supply your own computer for the project - ITP is in a better position to assist with peripherals like displays, projectors, speakers, Kinects, etc.
    • If you have a special need and you want to communicate the need or problem, email the help desk at itp.helpdesk@nyu.edu -- Rob can let you know if what you need is feasible
    • Equipment is allocated based on your project submission so make sure to add equipment and space requirements by clicking on add/edit equipment in the Projects Database - additional instructions down further
    • Do not use the notes sections to itemize your equipment needs - use those areas for technical and setup notes to the producers
    • If you are looking for staging space before the show please contact: itp.helpdesk@nyu.edu


HOW MANY PROJECTS ARE THERE IN THE SHOW?

As many as the floor can fit. Typically the floor can fit about 70 projects comfortably, 80 if we're stuffed to the gills.


I'VE GOT A PROJECT THAT I WANT TO PUT IN THE STAIRWELL/LOBBY/ROOF/MARS. WHAT DO I NEED TO DO?

The building management staff, who would make that decision, frowns on us putting projects in odd places. We can ask, but your chances are slim. Blocking the stairwells is illegal, for example, and putting things in the elevator blocks traffic and introduces a security risk. If you're planning anything off the floor, talk to the producing faculty before you start, at least one month in advance.

One place where projects are feasible is on the Waverly Street display screen on the corner of the building -- if your project utilizes this setup, please indicate this in the Student Notes of your submission!


WILL THERE BE SIGNS FOR THE PROJECTS?

We do generate signage for the Show. If you have additional posters or signage, please consider location and await space assignments first.

The signage will be located next to your project. It will be generated from the information you submit in the online signup, so make sure you fill it out in full in time!


SUBMISSION PROCESS


PROJECTS DATABASE SITE (WHERE YOU SIGN UP)

Sign up online. Click "Add a New Project" in sidebar. Fill out the fields listed below and associate your project with the venue: 'Winter Show 2018' venue. Once submitted, go back in and add space, equipment and imagery as described below.


REQUIRED INFORMATION

You improve your project's chances with a complete submission entry. If you have problems email itp.helpdesk@nyu.edu These are the most important items:

    • Required Fields (at time of submission):
      • Elevator Pitch (A short description of your project that gets the viewer's attention and makes them want to see more. About the length of a tweet, maybe two)
      • Description
      • Attachments - Main Image
      • Team Members, including Point Person
      • Classes

ADDING EQUIPMENT AND SPACE

    • Equipment and Space are added after the initial submission! 
      • Space and equipment assignments will be determined based on what is feasible and safe in a given area
      • AFTER you submit your basic proposal, make sure to log back into the project profile and include as many details as possible regarding space and technical setup in the appropriate spaces, by associating space and equipment. This will guide and inform our layout of space assignments.
      • You add these things by clicking on the links shown here (from the projects' profile page):
Screen shot showing where to add equipment and space information from Project Profile Page
    • Installations requiring hanging or mounting equipment will be required to schedule a setup time with a tech staff member - these will be scheduled after the final list of projects in the show have been announced