Creative Code Jam
The Creative Code Jam is a monthly gathering of artists, makers, designers, illustrators, coders, musicians, performers, learners and anyone interested in the use of computing skills for artistic expression. The event is free and open to all, regardless of age, origin, gender or experience. The jam is an opportunity to meet likeminded people and get creative together in a relaxed and safe environment. Beginners and first-timers should feel especially welcome!

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Short link to this document: jam.creativecode.berlin

Short link to the Stammtisch document: stammtisch.creativecode.berlin

WiFi: co.up
Pass: clubmate

September 15th

Comments / discussion

I would like to share an article about an artist I really like: https://www.artnome.com/news/2018/8/8/generative-art-finds-its-prodigy

Collaborative video

We’re creating a video today! made out of clips we generate in different languages or environments.

Topics 

Inspired by: underwater, ornaments, hurricane, rain

Format

Video: 1920x1080, 30 fps, max 20 seconds per person

Sound

Each clip has it’s unique sound. Find a freely available sound and write down the source. 
Chosen sounds (so we don’t all use the same one 🙂 :
Morris: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMBfaFrcvLY CANINE - REFLECTION

Colors

int[] colors = {#363766, #445894, #3A90AB, #3EBE9B, #8FD99B};

Time

Deadline: 5:00pm, so then we put it together until 6pm

Credits

Add your name or nick name here:
  • aBe
  • David Blitz
  • Alexander
  • T

shader example

A shader to force all vertex or fragment colors to be chosen from a palette
// this first const does not work on Mac.
// you need to do vec3 colors[5]; // then initialize the array inside main. Weird.
const vec3[] colors = {
  vec3(0.211765, 0.215686, 0.400000),
  vec3(0.266667, 0.345098, 0.580392),
  vec3(0.227451, 0.564706, 0.670588),
  vec3(0.243137, 0.745098, 0.607843),
  vec3(0.560784, 0.850980, 0.607843)
};