We are excited to be “guest teaching” at the next Orlando SIGGRAPH chapter meeting, which will be held at a new makerspace in Orlando, smARtMAKER Lab:
Processing is an open source creative coding programming language used by tens of thousands of students, artists, designers, researchers, and hobbyists for learning, prototyping, and production. The latest version was recently released, and at the December workshop for the Orlando SIGGRAPH chapter we’ll take a look at its capabilities first-hand.
The first hour will be a quick Intro to Creative Coding led by Nathan Selikoff, fine artist, programmer and founder of the Processing Orlando meetup.
More info and tickets (30 available): http://orlando.siggraph.org/2013/11/25/processing-orlando-workshop/
Last week we had a great turnout for our first meeting, where we watched the first “Hello World” documentary on Processing and hung out at FamiLAB’s open house. Since Processing Orlando is brand new and there are other folks in Central Florida who would like to see the documentary, we’re going to bring it around to a few other meetups in town, in between now and our next “official” meeting.
Mac Rutan and the Central Florida Raspberry Pi Users Group have invited us to show the documentary, promote the Processing Orlando group, and hang out and experiment with various languages on the Raspberry Pi (Pure Data, perhaps Processing, etc) this Friday at Urban ReThink change of venue: Full Sail University Building 3B Auditorium.
Check out the details, including directions, and come join us if you can.
Meanwhile, stay tuned for our next monthly meeting, sign up for our mailing list, and spread the word to friends and colleagues who might be interested in Processing Orlando!