Beijing-Connection/Anne-Sophie Bazard – Eat Me

"Eat me is a project made with traditional Chinese sticks and a GoPro camera that allowed us to film each plate we have been served. It was also a way to discover the gastronomic culture of China" Anne-Sophie Bazard This movie is a content of Beijing Connexion, a web platform hosting projects realized during a one week journey in Beijing with 15 students from ECAL Media & Interaction Design Bachelor. (http://beijing-connection.com) Our objectives were to work around the topic of quantified self, data logging and also on a reflection about regular picture and movie that people usually records during their own journey. To realize precisely those projects we had to perform 24 hours per day to get our datas and visual materials. We kindly thank the "Summer University" program of the Canton of Vaud who made this possible and also all the people who welcomed us at Tsinghua University, CAFA University and the Beijing Maker Space. Project leaders: Alain Bellet Vincent Jacquier Assisted by Pauline Saglio Participants: Anne-Sophie Bazard Caroline Buttet Maxime Castelli Romain Cazier Guillaume Cerdeira Victor Férier Bastien Girschig Martin Hertig Nicolas Nahornyj Heike Otten Pierre-Xavier Puissant Hugo Simon Mirko Stanchieri Sebastian Vargas Tom Zambaz Thanks to: Pascal Marmier — CEO at Swissnex China Zhang Ga — Professor at Tsinghua University Fei Jun — Professor at Cafa University Justin Wang — Beijing Maker Space Yipei Shen — For guiding us at Tsinghua University Lisa Ma — For her advices and connections Yi Hsu — For her kind help and for beeing our one day guide Hongchao Wang — For his advices and translations Matthieu Minguet — For his help on the videos

 

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