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January 1st, Stammtisch #81

(about 15 attendees)


Shows a numpad-like keyboard with LEDs made by Pimoroni. Includes a RaspberryPi Zero. Configurable by placing a LUA script into the device. The hardware has a wifi, but it’s unused.
This is their repo:
Someone forked the repo and tried to improve it but did not get feedback from the original developers:
Naoto was asking for ideas on how to distribute a potential software he would create for that device, and how the wifi could be made configurable for users in a simple manner.
Idea from abe:


Talks about creating a mobile dating app, different to traditional ones. “blind dating”. Very minimal, not gathering user data like photos, age, interests…, only e-mail.
Here is a description of the project:
Andrey is looking for team members to write that app.

References: Miranda July (, Lauren McCarthy (


Browser as a creative coding environment
Presents his recently released library to enable shader backgrounds on websites.
Async shader compilation example
Depends on:
Added to relatively recent versions of browsers, might be nice as an option but it seems that shader compilation is not a bottlenceck here.

=== break (with onat’s live coding this time!) ===



Shows her OSC (OpenSoundControl) app for Android. It converts sensor inputs into OSC messages that can be sent to any creative coding environment.
“oscHook v2”
Sound, beacon distances, accelerometer, distances to phones. Open source, code at

Reference: (android prototyping app)


Live coding session in his own language.


The featured artwork of the month is by Constanze. Read more about it at .