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openFrameworks Berlin Meetup Pages

The openFrameworks Berlin meetup is open to anyone who wants to join, from openFrameworks experts to openFrameworks beginners, from addicted processing sketchers to beginner cello musicians, from knitters to magicians.
We are trying to make this meetup as diverse as possible (with a focus on openFrameworks), and we would love to create an atmosphere where everyone feels comfortable, regardless of ethnicity, religion or sexual orientation. This meetup follows the Berlin Code of Conduct
Please read it before joining.

Do I need to know openFrameworks to join this meetup?
No, absolutely not. The presentations will be about projects, apps, or simple sketches done with openFrameworks, but you do not need to know it to enjoy the meetup.

So, what is going on at this meetup?
We sit and talk for one hour and half... more or less. Yes, It sounds boring. But it is not. There will be images! and videos!
The format of the meetup is composed in two parts, each one 30-40 minutes long:

  • In the first part, also called "the incompletes", people are welcome to present projects on which they are currently working on. The focus should be in the processes, the decisions and the mistakes that occur during the development of an idea. We are not looking for finished projects, but for the fun&pain behind it. Submissions are welcome in the comments part of the current meetup event. If you want to participate, please add a link to the work if possible. We limit the amount to 4 people for each session.
  • For the second part we will invite a person to present a project from the original idea to the final result.

Does this meetup happen every second Friday of the month?
Yes, we are trying to commit ourselves to a "terminkalendar". We are doing our best ;)

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