Urban Coding, the joy of coding in your city by Roman Miletitch

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The principle of urban coding is simple: code everywhere. Cities are jungles to be explore, to be shaped, full of wild animals to interact with. By coding everywhere, you open up to this variety. This exploration can take many forms, would that be for instance coding in an abandoned building where the scene can be used by you or your group of coders for live coding projections, or in pubs where the contact with your public is omnipresent, and so is its feedback. In all cases, it’s about the liberation of coding, its ease as a writing and the real-time sharing of the result and process.

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  • Urban Coding, the joy of coding in your city by Roman Miletitch

    1. 1. Urban Coding, the joy of coding in your city.Roman Miletitchroman.miletitch@gmail.com
    2. 2. Urban CodingRoman Miletitch• Where you code matters. It can inspireyou and nurish your code.• Opening up to your surroundings makesyou more curious. You discover even whenyou don’t code.• The city is a playground, play and createon it.roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    3. 3. ContentsRoman Miletitch• Where does Urban Coding come from ?• The principles of Urban Coding• My experience & projects• How to• The tools• The places• Next stepsroman.miletitch@gmail.com
    4. 4. It’s a king of magicRoman Miletitch• Freedom of practice• Anytime / Anywhere• Improvisation• Create / Reacte• Breaking social barriers• People meet people• Personal ATM• Expends what you think is possibleroman.miletitch@gmail.com
    5. 5. Urban ExplorationRoman Miletitch• Explore all areas• Curiosity, discovery, adventure• See the city from a new angle• Meet native in their environnement• Expend what you think is possibleroman.miletitch@gmail.com
    6. 6. Urban Exploration: two sides of a buildingRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    7. 7. Urban Exploration: two sides of a buildingRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    8. 8. Urban Exploration: Be curiousRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    9. 9. Urban Exploration: DiscoverRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    10. 10. Urban Exploration: Have funRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    11. 11. Urban Exploration: meet peopleRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    12. 12. Urban Exploration: InteractRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    13. 13. Coding at work, Creative codingRoman Miletitch• Studies: Electronics / Computer science• “ You should express yourself as fluentlyin C++ as in French”• “ Take pride or f*ck it”roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    14. 14. Coding at work, Creative codingRoman Miletitch• PhD in Artificial Intelligence• Cognitive layer, interaction• The code as an entityroman.miletitch@gmail.com
    15. 15. Coding at work, Creative codingRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    16. 16. Tl:dr Urban Coding, Go Out Open Up.Roman MiletitchCode Anywhereroman.miletitch@gmail.com
    17. 17. Code while washing your clothesRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    18. 18. Code while drinkingRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    19. 19. Code while travellingRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    20. 20. Code while listening to musicRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    21. 21. The principles of Urban CodingRoman Miletitch• Hack the city• Play with the buildings, people, rules• Apprehend the city differently• Explore the city, the interactions• Take back the city• Go where no-one expects you• Open art in the urban space• You’re making, they’re watching.roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    22. 22. The principles of Urban CodingRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    23. 23. The principles of Urban CodingRoman Miletitch• Gyspie Tech• Liberate your coding habits• Free the code and its results• DIY & Do with what you have• This is my office• Where you code matters• Code Surfing• Open up to new feedbacks / interactionsroman.miletitch@gmail.com
    24. 24. My experience: a work in progressRoman Miletitch1. Moscow: Magic everywhere2. Paris: Explore all areas3. Toulouse: Rice, code and serial killers4. Chaumont: Live coding5. Bruxelles: Exploration and mapping6. ..?roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    25. 25. My experience: creating a groupRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    26. 26. My experience: projectsRoman MiletitchWhat kind of projects?roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    27. 27. My experience: projectsRoman Miletitch• PingOut• Flippaper• QRcoins• ThirdEyeroman.miletitch@gmail.com
    28. 28. The projects: PingoutRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    29. 29. The projects: PingoutRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    30. 30. The projects: PingoutRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    31. 31. The projects: PingoutRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    32. 32. My experience: projectsRoman MiletitchFlipaper (ELSHOPO)roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    33. 33. The projects: Flippaper (ELSHOPO)Roman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    34. 34. The projects: Flippaper (ELSHOPO)Roman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    35. 35. The projects: Flippaper (ELSHOPO)Roman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    36. 36. The projects: Flippaper (ELSHOPO)Roman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    37. 37. My experience: projectsRoman MiletitchQRcoinsroman.miletitch@gmail.com
    38. 38. The projects: QRcoinsRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    39. 39. The projects: QRcoinsRoman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    40. 40. My experience: projectsRoman MiletitchThirdeye (SableVivant)roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    41. 41. The projects: ThirdEye (SableVivant)Roman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    42. 42. The projects: ThirdEye (SableVivant)Roman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    43. 43. The projects: ThirdEye (SableVivant)Roman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    44. 44. The projects: ThirdEye (SableVivant)Roman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    45. 45. The projects: ThirdEye (SableVivant)Roman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    46. 46. The projects: ThirdEye (SableVivant)Roman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    47. 47. How to: with what?Roman Miletitch• Working set• Laptop + Programminglanguage• (3D printers / Laser Cutters)• Input• Makey Makey / Arduino• Smartphone• Electronic paintroman.miletitch@gmail.com• Output• Pico Projector• Smartphone• Vibrating speakers• Hubs (audio, USB, wifi)• Thermal Printers
    48. 48. How to: Where, and what to expect?Roman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com
    49. 49. Next steps: organisationRoman Miletitch• Videos & Pictures of projects• Com: Website, facebook, github...• Com: Stickers, Prints, 3D Objects• Recrute• Revolution• ???• Profitroman.miletitch@gmail.com
    50. 50. Next steps: IdeasRoman Miletitch• Collective art• Draw a sound on paper• Disco ball: Keep moving• Playing with the city rulesroman.miletitch@gmail.com
    51. 51. Get Out!Roman Miletitch roman.miletitch@gmail.com

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