Creative Coding Kinect
By slackermann on
The creative coding movement has existed for several years in the form of programming APIs such as openFrameworks, Processing, and Cinder. However, since the Xbox Kinect was released last month, there has been an explosion of activity in this arena.
Because ZombieCraig recently purchased an Kinect for the space, we have the chance to participate in this revolutionary movement. Dozens of digital artists are cutting their teeth in the creative coding movement, making a name for themselves in the intersection of art and technology.
Therefore, this is a call for projects. The Hive is a wonderful place for coders and artists to collaborate. We have a chance for coders to express themselves and artists to enter an emerging market. This is an especially great opportunity for art students, since our student membership fee is only $13.37.
Please send all questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hive 13 member Steve Lackermann will be hosting a **Reverse Engineering **workshop **Wednesday, Nov. 17th at 7:00 PM. **Bring your laptop (Linux or Windows, it doesn’t matter, we’ll provide the software) and participate in this hands-on workshop where you’ll reverse engineer your very first program! Even if you have no programming or reverse engineering experience, by the end of this workshop you will understand the basics of reverse engineering and be able to begin teaching yourself. This workshop will be completely free.
If you can bring an empty flash drive (at least 2 GB), please do so. Please direct any questions to email@example.com
For some idea of what we’ll be doing, here’s a tutorial on YouTube:
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