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OpenFrameworks London Workshop

Ruairi Glynn

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“Body Paint” by Mehmet Akten made using openFrameworks.

InteractiveArchitecture.org is pleased to announce a free public OpenFrameworks Workshop on 13th – 14th June 2009 lead by Mehmet Akten, Marek Bereza and Joel Gethin Lewis and hosted by University College London’s MSc Adaptive Architecture & Computation Programme.


“Lights On” audio visual performance driven by openFrameworks created for the Ars Electronica museum in Linz, Austria

This is intended to be the starting point for a number of workshops using OpenFrameworks with an introductory session suitable for people with no “oF” experience but some basic understanding of scripting in Processing, Flash, etc.

Workshop Details

Dates: Saturday 13th & Sunday 14th June 2009
Time: 10:00 – 17:00

Location: University College London, Gower Street
Building: Wilkins
Room: Old Refectory

If you are interested in participating in the workshop please contact us immediately as places are limited. The workshop is free, all you need is a laptop. You may want to bring along other interfaces, microcontrollers, cameras etc that you’d like to play with. Complete Details of Workshop and how to sign up

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  1. Tiemen

    Cool! Just read the newsletter and when I checked my news feed the event was already up. Cool initiative.

  2. Hi, I signed up but got through an email that I apparantly sent from myself with ‘your subject’ as the subject and the blurb I typed in the little box as the email body. It’s always a little creepy getting emails from yourself about yourself that you didn’t send.
    Should I sign up again?

  3. Sorry this form plugin was been used for the first time by me and by default it sends you back your message. Don’t worry I did recieve everyones emails. We had over 250 requests for the workshop and we hope to organise a number of further events in coming months.

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