SATURDAY, MAY 21ST, 1PM – 7PM
This workshop will teach the basics of using sensors with Arduino and then interfacing with Processing to manipulate images in real time. The workshop will focus on one specific sensor to develop basic skills in both platform.
- Arduino: setup, sensors, connections, basic programming, libraries, interfacing with Processing
- Processing: setup, receiving data from Arduino, basic programming, how to use the values received, basic image manipulation
Artists and anyone who would like to start developing interactive applications for their work using open source platforms.
WHAT STUDENTS WILL GET FROM WORKSHOP
Software knowledge and material to work with.
No prerequisites; Students should bring:
– laptop with both applications (Arduino and Processing) installed prior to workshop
– 1 arduino Uno
– 1 arduino usb cable
– 1 breadboard
If you don’t have an arduino, we recommend Adafruit’s experimentation kit since it comes with all of the above plus lots of sensors, wires and a mini tutorial book: https://www.adafruit.com/products/170
Otherwise, individual parts can be found here:
Cable: https://www.adafruit.com/products/62 (or if you have a printer, your printer cable is probably compatible. check it before buying)
Karolina Ziulkoski is new media artist from Porto Alegre, Brazil. She uses technological applications to create immersive experiences that allow for a deeper participatory exchange between stories and audiences. Ziulkoski holds an MPS from NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications program and two Bachelor’s degrees, in Architecture and Advertising. She previously worked at the American Museum of Natural History, where she developed immersive interactive installations for the institution’s exhibitions, and is a founding partner at Bolota, an interactive design company in Brazil. Ziulkoski recently finished a residency at the Laboratory for New Media at the Museum of Image and Sound in São Paulo and is currently a full-time member at New Inc., the New Museum’s incubator for art, technology and design.
Early bird (register by May, 14th): $60