Welcome to Generative Media Coding 2022!
The course will be divided in 2 parts:
3 days of lectures and tutorials.
In the first 3 days, we will start the day with around 1 hour lecture or presentations, the rest of the time will be spent with hands-on tutorials.
2 days of coursework development and support.
Day 4 will start with students presenting their project concept. Then students will develop their projects. On day 5 (14h), there will be a presentation of projects.
Lecture: Introduction to openFrameworks
- 2D drawing
Lecture: Generative Art
- Forces and particle systems
- Perlin noise
Presentations: Inspirational projects
- Images and video
- Sound and sound visualization
Presentations: Project concepts
Tutorial: Uploading to GitHub
Project presentations (14:00)
(check Syllabus for more information)
(image by Simon Fankhauser, Generative Media Coding 2021)
This is mostly showing your project running (no need to explain, nor to add voice over or include text)
Duration: 20-30 seconds;
Resolution: 720p (1280 x 720 pixels; if you record in a different resolution, please re-scale, for example, using QuickTime or HandBreak https://handbrake.fr/ or similar)
To record, please use Panopto (download free from http://panopto.aalto.fi) or similar software (like QuickTime or Screenshot from Apple). This video will be part of the a global Generative Media Coding 2022 that will be made public, including crediting students by name. A consent form has been sent regarding this matter. For any question, please contact the teacher.
Deadline for uploading the video: 27/May/2022