Workshop: Getting started with Data Visualization

Interested in data visualization but afraid of the coding it usually requires? This workshop is for you!

25 Sep 2019, 9:30

Brüll & Kraus

Wipperstr. 13, 12055 Berlin

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vvvv is a visual programming tool that allows you to do what programmers can do with code. You’ll learn how to read data from files or online sources and visualize it with 2d drawing techniques. We’ll also show you how to export your creations to vector graphics for further processing them in vector tools like Inkscape or Illustrator. This workshop is for creative coders, students, data scientists and graphic designers, who want to learn a new way to work with data in their process of making 2d graphics.


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 you will learn

– how to work with the visual programming environment vvvv (version gamma)
– Read data from .csv, .xml, and .json files
– Read data from the web
– Create 2d graphics from data
– Export graphics to .svg and .pdf


– Bring a Windows laptop
– Bring a 3 button mouse
– No prior knowledge of vvvv needed


Brüll & Kraus
Wipperstrasse 13
12055 Berlin

General Info:

The workshops goes from 09:30 am to 5pm, with a 1 hour lunch break.
For each of the workshops we take a maximum of 10 participants.
The workshop takes place if we have 5 or more participants.
The workshop languages is english.


80€ for individuals
160€ if payed by a company,
320€ if payed by a larger corporation.
Have a good reason to visit this course for free? Get in touch!




Your hosts


Anton Mezhiborskiy


Workshop Host

Artist, Creative Coder, Designer, Developer, Media Designer, Researcher, Software Developer, Technologist

David Brüll

Board, Director

Creative Director