About: Steven Hernandez
My name is Steven Hernandez. I am a programmer, designer and student studying Computer Science at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA. I develop interactive art, web applications and more.
I combine technology with art to build custom software applications as well as interactive art.
Specific examples of work I have done can be found at the links below:
Electric Face 2015
Electronics, Programming (C++) & 3D Design
This electronic face, uses custom designed circuit board cartridges to deliver a variety of images and messages.
Without a cartridge inserted, the device simply displays circular eyes. However; upon inserting a cartridge, the eyes can display a variety of built in actions.
More about the Electric Face.
Interactive Glitch Wall 2015
OpenFrameworks, Interactive Art, C++
An interactive installation present at the 1708 Gallery in Richmond, Virginia which allows audience members to input themselves into a rapidly evolving wall of glitch art.
Audience members are given the ability to record GIFs of themselves as presented on the glitch wall.
See the GIFs that were created during the glitch art installation.
More about the Interactive Glitch Wall.
SNAKE GO Android App 2016
Android, GOlang API server
The SNAKE GO Android app uses your GPS location to turn yourself into a snake. Walk around the real world, collect virtual red apples but beware of the green apples, they will reduce your score.
Check out these videos of the SNAKE GO app in action.
Arduino Projection Mapping 2015
Audience participants use physical inputs (3 potentiometers) to manipulate a projected image.
Players must manipulate the potentiometers (powered by an Arduino) to align the projected words onto a sculpture, located at VCU in Richmond, VA
View the project on Github
More about the Arduino Projection Mapping.