So, hmmm, decisions, decisions will it be processing or openframeworks for this project, or maybe one of each.
Thursday, November 08, 2012
This is just an openframeworks polygon example. But it is running on both my Nexus 7 and my Galaxy Nexus. This means I have the dev environment all setup to build something and it's alive. There are some camera issues on the Nexus 7, but enough toys for exploration nevertheless. This installation process worked mostly augmented by this thread on the openframeworks forum. Using the development branch of openframeworks on github.
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Messing with processing again. Running the particles example on the Nexus 7 android tablet. Couldn't be easier, startup processing and open a sketch. Press the android button and run the sketch. It builds the apk and transfers it to the device. Of course it helps to have the Android SDK installed and working and I had to point processing to the SDK. This screenshot is of the Daniel Schiffman Particles example that was included with processing.
Sunday, September 30, 2012
Webjay performance coordinated by Anne Roquigny at the Wits Art Museum using the wj-s system. The other artists who performed as well were Mohammed Nagdee, Murray Turpin, Joao Orecchia, Farrell Lewis, Zen Marie. More info on the Wits blog. Video clip of the master session of my set.
Exhibition installation with the students of Wits Digital Art Department at the Sci-Bono science center. Group discussion hosted by Tegan Bristow on joburg.radio. The topic was "Role of art and technology and its cross-development".
Workshop titled "XBox Kinect for Artists " co-presented with Tegan Bristow.
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Does the pc fit into the suitcase? Getting ready for Free Particle. From the website "Free Particle is a digital art exhibition and reflection supporting practice and technical learning around Digital Practice in South Africa. It is a artist in residence exchange and collaboration between the Ososphere Festival in Strasbourg and the Division of Digital Arts at Wits University."