✨ 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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January 3rd, Stammtisch #69
Asks about how to share an application (ship it) to the performers. Stef suggests using Electron: https://electronjs.org/
Has been working in Dream World https://dreamworld.space
Shows https://vimeo.com/380148095, a dancer testing Kazik’s interactive visuals.
Mentions that people dancing in clubs don’t enjoy the slow visuals, so he’s created a new one that reacts faster and has more variety.
Onat - Looking for low level graphics progamming gigs
Lucas - Looking Unity gigs
Taru - will organize Spatial Computing Jam (AR + VR). Talk to her if you’re interested.
Abe - May organize GLSL Shader workshop. Talk to him if you might want to join.
Stef, Minna, Ernesto
Presenting “Consimity”, her final project HZT / UDK. She had a “cold” relationship to tech. She explored how tech changes the perception of the self, how it influences us. She collaborated with Stef (tech) and Ernesto (sound).
They show videos of the 3-part performance in which Minna has two “alternative digital personalities” which she interacts with. Who tells who what to do?
Interdisciplinary event in summer in Germany. No program no plan. In German. LUV.20.
Olivier organizes an English “version”.
Lab of Im_possibilities (LIMP).
3rd to 8th of August 2020, Dangio, Switzerland. In an old chocolate factory.
8hr train ride. No cost of stay if coming from Berlin.