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Generative Craft: Pattern Making with Processing

As part of my experience at Eyeo this week, I was fortunate enough to take a workshop from the very talented Libs Elliot who masterfully blends generative digital art with the physical world.  Most representative of her work is probably her … Continue reading

June 13, 2014

Ableton + Processing for real-time audio visualization (Part 1)

I’ve often felt underwhelmed by abstract or generic VJ material that borrows nothing from the music it supports and lends nothing back. It’s for this reason that I’ve worked over the last few years on a series of projects that … Continue reading

January 4, 2014

One Sketch to Rule Them All (Part 3)

In my last post, I showed how you can flip between 2 Processing sketches within the same window.  This might be useful if you have a library of sketches you want to demo, but don’t want to close/open each sketch … Continue reading

August 17, 2013

One Sketch to Rule Them All (Part 2)

In my last post, I talked about how you can load multiple Processing sketches from one master sketch.  However, the 2 techniques shown in that post had the annoying side effect of popping up multiple windows as each sketch was … Continue reading


One Sketch to Rule Them All (Part 1)

In my last post about VJ’ing, I mentioned I was able to render graphics to an offline buffer in Processing.  Recently, some Boston Creative Coder friends were talking about how great it’d be to switch between different Processing sketches without … Continue reading

Vizzie Jockey

Last week I was invited to VJ at the Sonic Beating Summer Series party in Cambridge.  I must have given off some VJ vibes at some point previously because I’d never actually VJ’d before!  3 late night coding sessions later, … Continue reading

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