Pixel is Data app was featured in Arcade Magazine's Spring edition about Data Culture:
"the application disrupts the narrative conveyed by a single photograph, enabling countless interpretations by reorganizing the image's pixel structure. This project highlights data's potential to tell a multitude of stories in the hands of the user." Find out more about the magazine at http://www.arcadenw.org and on Twitter @arcadenw. Lots of events happening in the greater Seattle area and beyond.
DIRTI for iPad in Apple's video
Rain making tutorial (on screen…)
Hey happy Processing coders, ever wondered how you can make rain come from the top of your screen by moving in front of your camera?
Text pattern tutorial
Hey happy Processing coders, here is a sample code tutorial coming from my latest round of Processing classes at Craslab Mains d'Œuvres in St-Ouen, near Paris. For the second class, as I was teaching for loops and functions, this generative pattern design sketch came out as the tutorial. Enjoy, upgrade and share!
DIRTI for iPad
Culture is Data
Rubans app at Sonar
New CCGLTouch for Cinder's latest release 0.8.5
It's ready for you to make tasty, coco-acid flavored apps again! By the way please note that the new Cinder release (0.8.5) comes with a NativeControls sample that demonstrates its new built-in capability: Cocoa-based applications, a new feature in which the CCGL & CCGLTouch wrappers played some conceptual part. Hey, I'm only a designer ;)
New iPhone app: Pixel is Data
Did you know Pixel actually is Data? What if pixels weren't necessarily supposed to look like little squares and sit in the so-called "right order"? What if photographic data was just... data? What if this data could be reinterpreted into new images, new representations of reality?
New DIRTI Teaser
Our demo/article of the Dirty Tangible Interfaces was accepted at the CHI Conference 2013 in Paris. A 30 seconds video teaser was required. To be honest, that's really, really short... Come interact with chocolate mousse at our booth at the end of April (Palais des Congrès, Paris, France).