✨ Creative (Code) Stammtisch
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Creative (Code) Stammtisch
The Creative Code Stammtisch is a monthly open conversation between artists, makers, designers, coders, performers, learners and anyone interested in the use of computing skills for artistic expression. There is usually a time for people to present something if they want to, followed by informal discussions. The event is free and open to all, regardless of age, gender or experience. Beginners and first-timers should feel especially welcome.
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March 6th, Stammtisch #71
Looking for collaborators for a theatre project.
Theatre + Artificial Intelligence. How can we present AI on stage?
The title of the project is Regie: KI / Directed by: AI
Replacing the director by an artificial entity
Premiere in Dusseldorf in December 2020
- AI dev with some basic (or higher) experience with PyTorch, Keras, or Magenta
- Creative coder with experience with live sensor data, Arduino/RPi, and OpenCV or similar
- Audio-visual programmer with experience with any visual programming environment like Max/MSP, pure data, Touchdesigner…
Contact: Dr. Michael Straeubig firstname.lastname@example.org
Rachel is running the School of Machines, Making, and Make-Believe
The 2020 summer programs were just published, with programs about topics like food, drones, smell, etc…
Three years ago, Stef built a computer from scratch, in software, by combining a bunch of logic gates. He created his own editor inside of unity to make it faster to build the computer. Shows a programmable counter.
Building a dynamic documentation website for OpenFrameworks using Vue and Nuxt