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.
1962 by Raphaël Bastide is a sculptures conceptualized using a revision control system gitHub and represented physically. Using a GitHub account, everybody can duplicate (fork) this project in order to represent the sculpture in a new place and request modifications for the sculpture or its documentation. In this case, a merge must follow.
When Kinect was released almost two years ago we say a wave of projects/experiments that showed what could be done. One project especially stood out that took peoples imagination but also demonstrated ingenuity and innovative application not seen before. This quick installation prototype by Theo Watson and Emily Emily Gobeille (design-io.com) allowed skeleton tracking on the arm and […]
Itch is a graphical programming language for the iPhone built using openFrameworks.Â Loosely based upon Scratch, inspired by turtle allows you to create graphic animated elements by combining modules. Itch was created byÂ Jonathan Brodsky, one of the creatives behind Lucky Frame team of developers behind Mujik app we mentioned few days ago. The source code to […]