[opensource] < /marked up> event July 17-19

Alison Colman speciarchy at columbus.rr.com
Wed Jul 8 09:49:35 EDT 2009


Hello,

It appears < /marked up> is taking place the same time/days as Columbus  
GiveCamp, but in case people are interested, this event consists of  
workshops featuring open source applications (Processing and arduino in  
particular), a performance by the Evolution Control Committee, and a  
Columbus premiere of L.A. based video artist Daniel Martinico's Khan.  
For more information about the event, please visit:  
http://thefusefactory.org/2009/06/24/marked-up-diy-coding-robotics-for- 
artists-designers-and-regular-folks-july-17-19-2009/

Additional information about the workshops:

Animation and 3D Graphics Using Open Source Tools:  
http://thefusefactory.org/2009/06/29/animation-and-3d-graphics-using- 
open-source-tools/

A "Hello World" Introduction to Drawing With Code:  
http://thefusefactory.org/2009/06/29/marked-up-a-hello-world- 
introduction-to-drawing-with-code/

Using Processing Libraries for Video, Audio, and Bots:  
http://thefusefactory.org/2009/06/29/marked-up-using-processing- 
libraries-for-video-audio-and-bots/

Coding for Kids and Kids-at-Heart: Learning Scratch from Scratch!:  
http://thefusefactory.org/2009/06/29/marked-up-coding-for-kids-and- 
kids-at-heart-learning-scratch-from-scratch/

Noise Toys: Using Freeware and Shareware for Audio Experimentation:  
http://thefusefactory.org/2009/06/29/marked-up-noise-toys-using- 
freeware-and-shareware-for-audio-experimentation/

Make Your Very Own Minibot:  
http://thefusefactory.org/2009/06/29/marked-up-make-your-very-own- 
minibot/

Thanks for your interest,
All good,
Alison



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