Taylor Krauss, Film Studies '02, was the first recipient of the YMMM grant. He spent a semester in China and sent back video segments. Using the YMMM production unit, which included a Mac laptop, a digital camera and field sound recording equipment, Taylor wasl able to interact with his professors in New Haven on a regular basis.
Yale Mobile Media
Mix (YMMM) is an on-going series of projects sponsored by the Digital
Media Center for the Arts (DMCA) enabling artists to produce and distribute
artworks on the internet. As the bandwidth for multimedia continues to
expand, new models of distribution are evolving that will change the way
we transmit, receive and interact with media. The DMCA wants to support
experiments that redefine what is possible, inspire new forms of expression
and educational exchange, explore interactivity as well as create new
audiences and new markets. Since part of the DMCA's mission is to generate
collaboration between artists from many disciplines, projects that combine
skills from the fields of art, architecture, art history, drama, film,
and music are encouraged.