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Generative Graphics with openFrameworks on the Raspberry Pi

This course has already begun! http://www.fablab-berlin.org/de/single-events/?event=328

if you're still interested in attending-- just show up, you can pay at the venue!

From the instructor:

If the people have their Raspberry Pi up and running, they're welcome to join. There is a homework for the participants: they have to try to install openFrameworks 0.8.0 by themselves by following this guide: http://openframeworks.cc/setup/raspberrypi/ 


If someone does not succeed, I will provide them with a Raspbian image file and we will burn it to the SD card prior to the session on Thurstay.


Next session will be about understanding openFrameworks basics and overall RPi + oF project  workflow.

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A new course is beginning soon at FabLab Berlin: Generative Graphics with openFrameworks on the Raspberry Pi! Raspberry Pi is a pocket-size computer that can be used for a lot of creative things as in this case generative visuals. It is also cheap and that can matter a lot if you want to create a permanent installation, but don’t have the money to buy a regular computer. It might be an interactive projection installation, VJ device or a projection mapping project that you would come up after or during this workshop. It’s all possible and doable with the combination of Raspberry Pi and openFrameworks.

This workshop will give you insight into the Raspberry Pi platform and how is it possible to use it for generative visual work with openFrameworks. We will learn the fastest possible way to set everything up, learn a couple of clever methods and work on our own projects.

The workshop will consist of 4 sessions:

Session 1: Setting up Raspberry Pi and openFrameworks 
In this session we will set up our Raspberry Pi’s with Raspbian and openFrameworks almost from scratch and make sure that everything works.

Session 2: openFrameworks Basics 
We will set up a development environment for openFrameworks on our personal computers. We create a basic project from scratch to understand the general workflow and learn some openFrameworks basics.

Session 3: openFrameworks Graphics 
In this session we will dig deeper into openFrameworks graphics capabilities and discuss ways of optimising our projects for the Raspberry Pi. We will also discuss our ideas and start realizing them.

Session 4: Personal Project 
We will work on our own projects and try to overcome problems that will appear in our way. One does not necesarily need to have a ready project by the end of the session.

For more info and to register: http://www.fablab-berlin.org/de/single-events/?event=328

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