Posts Tagged ‘sinatra’

LEITv: Fly or Pie show

Tuesday, February 23rd, 2010

flypie-votingThis assignment was to develop a concept around a two-screen, live event experience; specifically, using TV and computer via internet. Our group’s concept was a variety-style, Gong Show inspired show with binary voting from viewers to determine via aggregate whether a performance was Fly (a rousing success) or Pie (a miserable failure) which received a whipped cream pie in the face. (We’re a classy outfit here..) (more…)

Sinatra + Kara == qwerty animals

Saturday, February 20th, 2010

Yesterday I released a small web app; it was my first using the Sinatra microframework for Ruby:


The app arranges illustrations of animals wearing lettered t-shirts to create user-supplied messages. Kara Schlindwein created the illustrations as part of her project for the 6th Annual Fun-a-Day project in Philadelphia, and I wrote the first draft of the app while sitting in a chair at the show a couple of weeks ago, still nursing my broken ankle. (more…)