Industrial computer-controlled knitting machines are churning out seamless three-dimensional fabric objects as you read this -- think gloves, sweaters, sportswear, furnishings, architectural fabrics, and plushies. But right now the programming lan... Read more
Industrial computer-controlled knitting machines can quickly and reliably fabricate arbitrary three-dimensional fabric objects (!), but how do I tell one what to make? It turns out that most of what we want to do comes down to four basic machine o... Read more
An intro to, and case study of, a language designed to be used by writers to make interactive worlds. Inform is a domain-specific language for creating interactive fiction with a freeform parser, a.k.a text adventures. (Examples of the medium incl... Read more
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Lea builds things in a wide variety of digital and physical media. She is current in residence at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University's anti-disciplinary laboratory for new media arts, culture, and technology.