Conference 5–9 August 2012
Exhibition 7–9 August 2012
Los Angeles Convention Center

Design Computing (Studio Talks)

Design Computing (Studio Talks)

Monday, 6 August 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM | Los Angeles Convention Center, Room 153BC
Session Chair: Gene Cooper, Four Chambers Studio

Introducing Processing 2.0

Processing is an open-source language used in interactive design and computational arts. The 2.0 release incorporates several improvements: a high-performance 3D renderer based on OpenGL-ES 2, a faster video library built on top of the GStreamer multimedia toolkit, and a new JavaScript mode for web output.

Andres Colubri
Harvard University and Fathom Information Design

Ben Fry
Fathom Information Design

Exploring Algorithmic Geometry Using "Beetle Blocks"

"Beetle Blocks" uses the paradigm of turtle geometry and the visual programming language Scratch to teach programming and algorithmic geometry in an intuitive way.

Duks Koschitz
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Eric Rosenbaum
MIT Media Lab