Mick Grierson




Mick Grierson is an experimental artist specialising in real-time interactive audiovisual research.

He works in film, music, and software development, both inside and outside industry, designing, developing and producing new approaches to creating audiovisual experience. He is currently working on the Brain Computer Interface which has been in the media mainly on BBC.

More info: http://www.gold.ac.uk/outreach/computing-film-project/m-grierson/

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Oct 24th 2016

This course is for anyone who would like to apply their technical skills to creative work ranging from video games to art installations to interactive music, and also for artists who would like to use programming in their artistic practice.

Average: 8 (1 vote)
Oct 24th 2016

In this course, we will show you exciting examples of collaborative, interactive web applications that use various types of media including sound, images and big data. We will show you how to build sites that provide precisely this functionality, using Meteor. We will also provide fully working example application code that you can use for your own commercial web projects. The course also provides a range of advice and suggestions about how to develop bespoke web applications which match the requirements of clients, where clients are people who commission the product or people who use the product.

Average: 5.3 (3 votes)
Oct 17th 2016

In this course you will learn how to apply concepts from interaction design and human computer interaction in order to design and build an interactive, professional looking website. You will learn how to make your web page designs adapt to different screen sizes using responsive grid layouts. You will learn how to add navigation and other design elements, and you will learn how to separate data and display using JavaScript objects and templates.

Average: 7.4 (5 votes)
Jun 6th 2016

Creative Programming for Audiovisual Art aims to enhance student skills and experience in the development of software for the creation and manipulation of sounds and images, both in real and non-real time. The course explores the intersection and similarities between sound and image signal processing through the exploration of combined audiovisual approaches. As such it is suitable for those with a strong interest in creative technologies from either an engineering or creative arts background.

Average: 10 (1 vote)