Creative Code Stammtisch

A monthly open conversation between artists, makers, designers, coders, performers, learners and anyone interested in the use of computing skills for artistic expression.

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October 2nd, Stammtisch #24

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Presents a concept for an art project that based on a prototype built several months ago at the Creative Code Jam.

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Science Hack Day

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[The Eponym] A Guided Meditation
“Bodily experience influence the way we think and act. The idea of the workshop alongside the exhibition ‘Accessories in Algorithmic Gardens’ was to explore how the materiality of our embodiment determines our perception of the world. Three collaborators were invited: Angela Balzano, Camilla Monga, and Zoe Romano.”

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We discussed the problem of conservation of media art, versioning, saving the parameters of a generative image for reproducible results.

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Barnett Newman — Who’s afraid of Red, Yellow and Blue

Use generated server destruction:
Jean Tinguely – Hommage to New York:

Stuff to see / read

3D printing transparent glass

Point, Form, and Space — an experiment: (article), (demo)

Rendering large terrains using WebGL:

This algorithm can separate reflections from photographs:

‘The Incredible Machine’: the state of computer graphics and sounds in 1968:

Presentation by Acko about Mathbox 2 and the state of webgl and shaders
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Abe* If you are interested in math and graphics, I recommend exploring his website. There’s other interesting videos and posts.
AGit is super coo
Yes, it’s an amazing site :)
Raphaël*Yep, it was a great inspiration when creating my PShader workshop

Screenshot of the original Hackpad comments below:

“The Wekinator is free, open source software [that] allows anyone to use machine learning to build new musical instruments, gestural game controllers, computer vision or computer listening systems, and more.”

A couple of interesting WebGL experiments:

Rhei: an electromechanical clock with a liquid display:

The Bridges Conference is an annual event that explores the connections between art and mathematics. … aBe: the next one will be in Finland!

Best practices for conservation of media art from an artist’s perspective, by RAFAEL LOZANO-HEMMER

Semantic Image Segmentation Live Demo

Stuff to do

Construct ( hackathon)
September 18 - September 20
“three days of hacking art, creativity, intellectual property, digital creations, and more, during Berlin Art Week”
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CO.UP coworking hack day 2015