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Peter DuCharme (born April 27, 1967) is an American creative technologist and multi-instrumentalist. He was born in Milford, CT and attended Point Beach elementary school. His mother was the editor of the Milford Citizen and his father taught theatre and film at Hopkins in New Haven, Connecticut. Peter is mostly known for his musical composition "Jung at Heart" for the Volkswagen 'Synchronicity' campaign.
Different web based projects and experiments.
A collection of 360° videos with historical images superimposed for context.
An experiment in taking a twitter news feed and converting it in to pitch and rhythm.
A data visualization of the legendary studio band The Wrecking Crew
Cassette Tape Archive
An online archive with the goal of organizing many cassette recordings from over the years.
ICON Illustration Conference
Planning and building the host site for the 2016 Illustration Conference held in Austin, Texas.
Looking at New Yorker cartoons through the eyes of Brian Eno.
Creating an online tool for generating animated messages in the guise of Netflix's Stranger Things message wall.
Revisiting James Joyce's Ulysses using HTML5 and SVG.
Nautilus is a digital and print science magazine published by the nonprofit NautilusThink. A new topic is presented every month and explored with thematic weekly chapters. The magazine's mission is to "deliver big-picture science by reporting on a single monthly topic from multiple perspectives."
Nautilus (http://nautil.us) was launched April 15, 2013. The site evolved over the years as the magazine's audience grew.
Technical initiatives were guided by focusing on both the readers' needs and also those of the staff editors/designers. Reactive development so to speak.
Virtual Stockmarket where players trade shares in potential Nobel prize recipients. The winner of the game was determined by the winners of the Nobel Prize.
- ↑ On going project and not yet complete.