Series of free 2h introduction workshops to vvvv (gamma)
A series of free 2h introductory onboarding workshops in Berlin to learn creative coding with vvvv. Get on-boarded with Generative Design, Interaction Design, Data Visualization, Computer Vision, Rapid Prototyping, Physical Computing, Projection Mapping, Show Control...
What the vvvv?
vvvv is a visual programming environment that allows you to realize ideas quickly without the need to write any code. But if you want, you can also write C# code for it and use any .NET library with it! To give you an idea of the areas vvvv can be helpful in, here is a list of buzz words vvvv is often associated with:
- Generative Design
- Interaction Design
- Data Visualization
- Computer Vision
- Rapid Prototyping
- Physical Computing
- Projection Mapping
- Show Control
What happens in the workshop?
In these 2 hour courses we’ll be using vvvv (version gamma) to: give you an overview of vvvv’s possibilities, guide you step-by-step through creating your first little programs, mention things like Kinect, Midi, OSC, TUIO, UDP, Rs232, Leap, Vive, Rift, DMX, Art-Net, Arduino, Lasers, Motors,… leave you with an idea of what next steps you can take to divvvve deeper
Who is this for?
The curious, who are interested in adding a new tool to their toolbox the lazy ones who want to get their things done more efficiently the ones afraid of coding, who want to try visual programming instead those familliar with vvvv beta who want to move to vvvv gamma
- October 22, 6-8pm (followed by a vvvv meetup)
- November 14, 6-8pm (followed by a patching circle)
- November 26, 6-8pm (followed by a vvvv meetup)
- December 12, 6-8pm (followed by a patching circle)
a Windows laptop
a 3 button mouse
Register for free:
Curator Educational Program, Workshop Host
Joreg is co-founder of vvvv.org and core-developer of the multipurpose toolkit vvvv and the general purpose visual programming language VL. Besides he teaches, works for money under the label checksum5.com and is otherwise concerned with the integration of sound, image and computer code.
For NODE he co-curates the educational program focusing on vvvv and vl workshops, bringing together users who want to share their expertise with those eager to learn.
David is NODE founder, co-director and member of the board. Since 2008 he forms and directs NODE to support an innovative and responsible movements within the digital media and design scene by encouraging new collaborations, interdisciplinary interchange and open knowledge sharing.
David runs Studio Brüll, a studio specialized on interactive installations and media enhances environments. We create meaningful participatory interactive mediations of your ideas and values with applied interaction and experiences design paired with the latest of interactive software and hardware technology.