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A game demo where the player changes the terrain by laying down blocks, then presses go and watches the avatar walk forward, bumping
into walls, and eventually reaching the heart and completing the level. When I first began writing this, I was trying to create
a game that introduces basic com...
kalmac camera processing (2004)
A series of 7 camera view treatments that I probably did at ITP.
When I went to Fabrica, I shared my source code with
Joel Gethin Lewis and he quickly understood it. Shortly after,
Joel went on to work with United Visual Artists. To interact with this piece,
move the mouse ...
Teaching Openframeworks (2013)
Video guiding the Processing coder through the mental transformation needed to start using OpenFrameworks to create equivalent work. This class was taught with Syed Reza Ali. We will post more episodes every time we teach this GAFFTA class. So far, I have shaved my face with a straight razor, ...
jttoolkit to OpenFrameworks (2007)
Jttoolkit is a C++ system for Processing artists. Actually,
OpenFrameworks is probably going to do a much better job at this than
me, so let's all get on that boat now. And for Gabe, it was really
more about the cleanly managed dependencies. Cygwin and MacPorts have
been absolutely a headache f...
Hello World Widget (2005)
Some people on the ITP Alumni list were trying to learn the basics of making Mac OS X Tiger
"dashboard wigets" so I spent some time to really simplify things down as far as possible.
Scribble Variations (2001)
Artistic Variations on the classic "scribble" interactivity - used as teaching examples
Instructions: Click an image to view shockwave. Draw.
JTNGSE was a graphics editing program that was half GUI, half scripting. I originally wrote it for undergraduate friends in the UCLA design department because I was sad to hear that John Maeda's awesome Design by Numbers "did not save" or "did not support color." I also saw that Processing was won...
Processing Tutorial for Flash/Lingo-ers (2003)
When I was a first year at ITP, I did a lot of social engineering in order to bring open source culture to attention. I also wished to
support the efforts of some friends in another research program. I taught early releases of Processing to the students and faculty (and current
faculty who were...
Grad Lingo Workshop (2001)
I taught a graduate workshop in Lingo programming, in conjunction with Maria Redin's Physical computing workshop. She taught them sensors,
circuitry, and EZIO programming. I taught them the basics of programming, on-screen animation, and I made myself available for a couple months to