Jack Hardiker




WORK

01/ Algorithmic Filmmaking
02/ V&A Historical Fiction
03/ ‘Weegee’ VR Theatre 
04/ Phone-line Storytelling
05/ Collective Spatial Audio App
06/ Boring Collaborative Game 
07/ RA Analogue Social Network

  A/ BBC: Design, UX, Video
  B/ BBC: Typography Research
  C/ AMEX: Design, UX, UI


Technology should work for everyone. Not just people that live, look, love, earn, move, and pee like me.

jack.hardiker@network.rca.ac.uk 
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Mark




MOVEMENTS

‘Turn a gang of friends into an orchestra’.
A native app that encourages physical collaborative play.


Many of us spend more time in front of screens than we do sleeping. Much of this time is spent on our phones in sedentary isolation. As an antidote to this, I developed a local multiplayer game that encourages physical collaborative play, with audio by Efterklang (4AD/Sony/ATV).

Players are instructed to perform unique movements. Each movement synchronously produces the sound of a different musical instrument. If one participant doesn’t perform correctly, their instrument detunes and the music becomes discordant. I successfully demonstrated the prototype in a number of London schools and offices.


Testing the app with pupils at Holy Family Rc Primary School, in London.

Testing the app with writers and editors at The Wire Magazine, in London.


Testing the app with pupils at Holy Family Rc Primary School, in London.
Mark