SATURDAY, JULY 25TH, 1PM – 7PM
This workshop is for artists, developers, educators or anyone interested in experimenting with the Raspberry Pi. We’ll start from the basics and move quickly towards setting up the Raspberry Pi to run your own video projects. By the end of the workshop we’ll have built up an installation-ready Pi for your video based and interactive pieces.
We will be discussing setup for gallery installations, installing software, adding your own video content, setting up playlists and hooking up to external displays. Bring your own video content and we can help optimize for the Pi.
If you already have some Raspberry Pi accessories, such as WiFi, cases, camera modules and sensor hookups, bring them as well.
We will also be offering a Kit which will include a Raspberry Pi and SD Card to get started as an option with the workshop fee.
WHAT TO BRING
Please bring your desired Raspberry Pi components, cables and accessories (we’ll try to share if we can). If you have any ideas for something you’d like to build bring them too!
- Raspberry Pi* (can be purchased with workshop fee)
- A high speed 4gb SD Card* (can also be purchased with workshop fee)
- 5V Micro USB Power*
- Ethernet Cable*
- Keyboard, Mouse, Projector, small external monitor (not required, but makes things easier for starting up)
- Your favorite components/tools (to make stuff)
Bruno Kruse is an interaction designer and developer. His recent artwork focuses on developing tools and hardware to create interactive installations. He utilizes technology to create meaningful experiences and is motivated by an ongoing curiosity of designing with code. @brunokruse
Carrie Kengle is a New York based developer and designer. She is an active open-source contributor and can be found using the Raspberry Pi to create installations, web and data driven LED works. @kandizzy
Register by Friday, July 24th
Limited to 12 students