Presented at HTML5 Developers Conference, April 2013 in San Francisco, CA.
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Description from Conference:
Are you interested in creating cool games or interactions for web or mobile? Are you new to graphics programming and want to jump in and experiment. For many years artists and technologists have created amazing installations such as "Flight Patterns" by Aaron Koblin by using Processing (both a pre-processed language and api that sits on top of Java). Today the power and simplicity in syntax has been ported to the HTML5 Canvas in Processing.js.
Bio from Conference:
James is a media artist specializing in digital technology and fabrication. His work involves creating interventions with the biological to augment and expand the notion of what is cyborg. His work has been exhibited in the ZERO1 Art + Technology Biennial and the International Symposium on Electronic Art (ISEA) in Istanbul, Turkey. He is a past resident of the Institute for the Arts and Humanities, served as Faculty for Eyebeam, and was recognized as a University Fellow at the Pennsylvania State University, where he also taught game and creative coding techniques using Processing.