If you missed the fantastic exhibit of video games and computer-based art that the Media Lab was fortunate enough to host last semester, or if you didn’t miss it but just enjoyed it so much you want more— you’re in luck. This Thursday, February 6th, the E.LIT/NET.ART 2.0 exhibit will be showing at Hampshire College.
(Not sure where the Harold F. Johnson Library is? It’s number 19 on the map here.)
Next time you stop by the Media Lab, make sure you check out SketchUp Make which has been installed on the lab computers. Newly rebooted, SketchUp was recently sold from Google to Trimble. Under new license, SketchUp has undergone some simple design changes while maintaining its easy to use capabilities.
The new application can be found in the doc on any of the lab computers:
Whether you’re trying to rebuild Paris’ Gothic architecture,
explore geological processes,
or simply have fun creating your favorite houses— make sure to stop by and try out SketchUp Make. Don’t know how to use SketchUp? No problem, simply ask a Lab staff member and they will help you get started.