The next two Choreographic Coding Lab sessions, 27–31 August in New York and 14–19 September in Los Angeles, are open for applications.
Starting today (27. April – 3. May 2015), the international NODE – Forum for Digital Arts in Frankfurt assembles international participants and speakers in the areas of design, art, culture and science, who newly define borders of design and programming.
An openFrameworks port of our Generative Typography with Processing tutorial is now available on GitHub.
On May 15 and 16 FIBER returns with the third edition of FIBER Festival, taking place at A Lab and Radion (Amsterdam), featuring an excellent selection of critical and inspiring art, DJs and live acts.
Now in its 8th year, FITC Amsterdam 2015 is host to the latest and greatest in design, technology and cool shit from all around the globe.
The following is a collection of new generative pieces created by Walter Gorgosilits aka dextro from Austria, one of the pioneers of generative Macromedia Director programming.
School for poetic computation (SFPC) recently opened a new call for participants for the Fall 2014 term. In this post, Taeyoon Choi, one of the co-founders and teachers at the SFPC, looks back.
Through an inspiring tutorial with 26 code examples Amnon Owed shows you how to use Processing to explore the creative possibilities of generative typography.
For the third time, Munich will be all about the combination of interface design and innovative experiences. push.conference unites interaction designers, creative coders and UX professionals to shape the future of our field.
Weird Second-order Loops is a series of computer-generated animation loops that never repeat. Each of the loops is centred around a playful and simple cyclical idea that is a procedural reinterpretation of a long existing animation cliché, potentiating it ad infinitum.
Rhizomatiks and Daito Manabe proudly present “Super Flying Tokyo” taking place on February 1st and 2nd, 2014 in Tokyo featuring CreativeApplications.Net
The Raspberry Pi is a very exciting low cost computing platform aimed at the educational market. It offers reasonable performance in a small package at a price of $25, making it very attractive for creative computing projects. Here we show you how to run openFrameworks on the Raspberry Pi.