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Processing

Processing workshop

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Also as part of the OFFF festival in Paris I took part in a beginners workshop of the open source programming language Processing for creating images, animations, and interactions. I’ll write a bit more about Processing in another post. For now, just a few example projects that were realized using Processing: Flight Patterns & New York Talk Exchange by Aaron Koblin, Robert Hodgin and some work by Karsten Schmidt aka Toxi. Unlike other programming languages I have used before (mostly Python) Processing has a huge potential for visualizing things (in particular data). I am especially impressed by the easy integration of external data sources such as audio and video for interactive applications.
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OFFF Paris 2010

OFFF – International festival for the post-digital creation culture

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In my quest to bring together science and art in a new way, I am taking every opportunity to dive into the create world. This June I went to a 3-day digital arts festival that took place in Paris: OFFF International festival for the post-digital creation culture. This short video gives a good idea of the atmosphere at the festival, which was extremely interdisciplinary. There are lots of photos of the festival on Flickr.
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