Processing

"Processing is an open source programming language and integrated development environment (IDE) built for the electronic arts and visual design communities with the purpose of teaching the basics of computer programming in a visual context, and to serve as the foundation for electronic sketchbooks. The project was initiated in 2001 by Casey Reas and Benjamin Fry, both formerly of the Aesthetics and Computation Group at the MIT Media Lab. One of the stated aims of Processing is to act as a tool to get non-programmers started with programming, through the instant gratification of visual feedback. The language builds on the Java programming language, but uses a simplified syntax and graphics programming model."

[src : wikipedia.org]

http://processing.org/

Activities

2010

The 6th edition of our Summer Digital Art Workshops proposes 5 great courses from July to August, all based on open source softwares: Processing, Arduino, PureData, Spip et Wordpress. We will approach techniques that are more and more used in visual arts, performing arts, audio-visual performances or digital arts (net art, code art, interactive art).

2010

In the continuation of our Ateliers Numériques d'été, iMAL sets up the Ateliers Code, Arts and Crafts!, every month and all year long! Come and work in group on your Arduino and Processing projects, find technical support for your codes and DIY experiments, learn new digital trends or simply meet new collaborators.

2010

In the continuation of our Ateliers Numériques d'été, iMAL sets up the Ateliers Code, Arts and Crafts!, every month and all year long! Come and work in group on your Arduino and Processing projects, find technical support for your codes and DIY experiments, learn new digital trends or simply meet new collaborators.

2010

In the continuation of our Ateliers Numériques d'été, iMAL sets up the Ateliers Code, Arts and Crafts!, every month and all year long! Come and work in group on your Arduino and Processing projects, find technical support for your codes and DIY experiments, learn new digital trends or simply meet new collaborators.

2010

In the continuation of our Ateliers Numériques d'été, iMAL sets up the Ateliers Code, Arts and Crafts!, every month and all year long! Come and work in group on your Arduino and Processing projects, find technical support for your codes and DIY experiments, learn new digital trends or simply meet new collaborators.

2009

Real Time Video - Movements Analysis - Physical Modeling - Real Time 3D - Code Art - Physical Computing - Collaborative Web (PureData/GEM - Arduino - Processing - OpenGL - SPIP/CSS - WordPress - PHP/MySQL)

2008

Real Time Video - Movements Analysis - Physical Modeling - Real Time 3D - Code Art - Physical Computing - Collaborative Web (MAX/MSP/Jitter - Arduino - Processing - OpenGL - SPIP/CSS - WordPress - PHP/MySQL)

2008

The Hybrid Scrapyard workshop will introduce how ubiquitous computing (Ubicomp) and network technologies allow the design and deployment of augmented objects connected to the Internet.

2008

Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is the barcode of the future. With RFID objects or persons can be equipped with a chip (an RFID tag), readable with an RFID reader from a range of up to several meters. A lot of desired (or undesired) data can be attached to these tags for a variable period of time.

2007

Real Time Video - Movements Analysis - Real Time 3D - Code Art - Physical Computing - Collaborative Web (MAX/MSP/Jitter - softVNS - processing - openGL - SPIP - PHP/MySQL - Arduino)