Tag archives: computers

Media Arts & Tech Grad Shows on Display May 27 & June 2
By Joanne A Calitri and Zach Rosen   |   May 31, 2022

Dancing lights, clay formations, and wiggling dresses – just some of the many wonders being worked on at UCSB’s Media Arts & Technology Program (MAT). Attention techies x media artists (and just anyone curious): It is time for the annual MAT Grad shows featuring the latest inventions from their hardworking graduate students.  We recently attended […]

Hard And Soft
By Ashleigh Brilliant   |   October 10, 2019

Until some time in the recent past, the term “Software,” if it was used at all, probably referred to linens and drapes and other such “soft” merchandise, as opposed to the tools, building-materials, etc., which you would find in the “Hardware” section of a department store. But the Computer Era changed all that. It started […]

The Outlook is Grimm
By Richard Mineards   |   May 10, 2018

Montecito computer whiz Henri Grimm may have a most melancholy last name, but the future is decidedly bright. Henri, 23, who was born in London and raised in the postage stamp-sized principality of Monaco, learned his trade at Mac Mechanic, which closed its doors last year. The former Marymount and Bishop Diego High student, whose […]