decoded is a conference about the common ground of design and code. It combines creative and technological aspects of digital life and brings them to an event. From the fields of generative design, information visualization, gaming, interactive installations, physical computing and give deep insights into the works and background. Read on for how to win a free ticket to the event!
Speakers at decoded include
Massimo Banzi (Arduino), Benedikt Groß & Hartmut Bohnacker, Mario Klingemann, Tilman Reiff & Volker Morawe aka //////////fur//// and Moritz Stefaner.
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