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Workshop, ECAL 2020

in BACHELOR MEDIA & INTERACTION DESIGN

by 2CVmid

Teacher(s): Cyril Diagne


A one week workshop with Cyril Diagne where students were asked to question the browser and its use, to change the experience of the web thanks to chrome extensions.


Trace
ECAL/Jamy Herrmann

“TRACE” is a Chrome extension that lets you visualize your path through images on the web.
An alternative to the classical browsing history and a simple project mixing graphic design and data visualization.


History Bubble
ECAL/Elodie Anglade

“History Bubble”, a Chrome extension helping you visualize your browsing history on a day-to-day basis.


Chrome Pollution
ECAL/Jorge Reis

“Chrome Pollution” allows you to see the invisible working with real time air quality data.


iEye
ECAL/Achille Masson

“iEye” is the best add-on for your browser in this decade. Switch tabs, scroll down, interact with your browser… just with your face.
This Chrome extension uses ml5.js for facetracking.


Rekt Animation
ECAL/Martial Grin

“Website Animations suck”
With the Chrome extension “Rekt Animation”, remove any pointless and invasive animation on any website.


Trace

ECAL/Jamy Herrmann

History Bubble

ECAL/Elodie Anglade

Chrome Pollution

ECAL/Jorge Reis

iEye

ECAL/Achille Masson

Rekt Animation

ECAL/Martial Grin