- AR and VR in the browser via A-Frame
- Generative/abstract graphics using P5.js (@beckmans_rgb)
- Creative audiovisuals (live visuals, projection mapping) using Resolume
- Building expressive LED structures using LED strips, Arduino and simple off-the-shelves materials
- Creative coding/building ludic instruments/interfaces using Arduino and sensors
- Web development/building websites using Glitch
And think I should host a workshop or two at Blivande. But, I don’t really know about what!
And perhaps it shouldn’t be any of the above, but instead something challenging (something that I haven’t already taught loads)…
What do you guys think? When I don’t do artist work, I teach, so I am not thrilled by the idea of doing the same thing I do at “work”. Would love to have some motivation/suggestions. I could definitely tweak some of the things I “normally” do, for it to get a bit more exciting personally, but then again, I think most would benefit from having the basics.
I’d personally want to push the AR the most, since it allows for plenty of surprise…
What do you think about formats…
17.00-20.00 (3-hour session is minimum tbh)?
Do you think it should be a continuous thing, ie. people can build between workshops, or always starting from scratch?