Story: Sep 11, 2014
Two CIA grads commissioned for CWRU public art works
CIA Exhibition: Aug 28, 2014
2014 Faculty Exhibition
Story: Sep 10, 2014
Painting chair curates exhibition exploring art, materials
Events: Sep 06, 2014
Mizoguchi's Greatest Decade
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Tina Cassara, professor and co-chair of the Sculpture + Expanded Media Department, has an exhibition opening Thursday night at The Sculpture Center, 1834 E. 123...
Story: Sep 02, 2014
CIA ingenuity will be on display at arts and technology fest...
Events: Sep 19, 2014
Lunch On Fridays: Marc Petrovic
Story: Aug 27, 2014
New residence hall welcomes first-year students in comfort, ...
Events: Sep 27, 2014
Filmmaker and author John Waters to present one-man show
Blog: Sep 17, 2014
9/18-21: Polyester, Ivory Tower, Policeman & more!
Blog . Fluid Automata
The idea of being able to morph someone's face into a blob of nothingness is always calming to the nerves as we approach the end of the semester. Fluid Automata is an interesting application that allows the users to temporarily destroy a photo, live video, or preset to create unique and beautiful works of unrecognizable artworks. This app rather reminds me of the Windows Media Player visualization option for your music. It's interesting to see an application that gives that freedom back to the user, but I don't find it extremely creative or unique. Fluid Automata, Live Video Streaming (2011) from Angus Forbes on Vimeo. There are some huge pitfalls in this application! The biggest pitfall is how it caused my iPad to crash 3 times before locking me out of my iPad by making my screen totally unresponsive. I even had to take it to the CIA IT department to get it fixed. Upon receiving my iPad back, I promptly deleted this application from my iPad to prevent further problems. Another seems to be that it it nearly completely live and you can't save videos of what you're doing, only pictures. I give this application a barely 1 out of 5. I have to be honest here. This app is not very creative, rather boring, incredibly overly buggy, and not very responsive, despite the multiple sliders that show up on the screen. I would not recommend this app to anyone who values the shelf life of their iPad or has anything else to do. I researched other users' experiences with this application and found that I am not alone in my thoughts. I truly believe that this application would be much more enjoyable if it worked and my opinion would be nearly completely changed. But overall, it goes without saying that I hated this app, unlike any other app I have ever seen or reviewed before. For those of you who hate Apple and want to risk destroying your equipment, the link to purchase Fluid Automata is below. To hard restart your iPad, hold down both the home button and the button on the top of your iPad until it shuts itself off. Fluid Automata in iTunes - $1.99
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