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Raspberry Pi: Interactive Video with Processing

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East Side Collective

2400 East Cesar Chavez Street

#302

Austin, TX 78702

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Raspberry Pi: Interactive Video with Processing

October 21 - November 11
Saturdays, 10:00am - 1:00pm

4 class sessions + Student Exhibit on November 24

$140 class fee + $50 material fee per student

ABOUT THIS CLASS

Processing is an application/platform for creating graphics and animation for interactive video projects. With a large community of users, it can now run on the Raspberry Pi which is very exciting! Why? Because you no longer need to run your projections and interactive video artworks off of a laptop or a desktop which is very expensive and prone to crashing.

In this course, we will all be running our Raspberry Pis off of a preloaded Raspian OS disk image optimized for creating standalone projects with Processing. You will be up and running within one hour or less. Over the course of four classes, we will cover how to generate graphics and animation with code, integrate sensors to modulate visuals and trigger events, learn video projection techniques, and control output devices like motors, servos, and lights. Through all of these class experiments, you will discover possibilities for a final project and many future projects to come.

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

  • Raspberry Pi Raspian OS
  • Programming with Java on the Processing platform
  • Programming with Python
  • The Linux OS
  • Programming graphics and interactivity
  • Integrating sensors with the Pi’s GPIO
  • Integrating servos, motors, and LEDs with the Pi’s GPIO






CLASS MATERIALS Dadageek Provides:
  • Raspberry Pi microcontroller
  • SD Card
  • Short Ethernet Cable

REQUIREMENTS
  • Students Must Have: Laptop (Mac or Windows) with an ethernet port or an adapter for an ethernet port
  • No electronics experience required
  • No programming experience required



MEET YOUR INSTRUCTOR

Matthew Steinke

Matthew Steinke is a practicing artist working with video animation, interactive programming, and homemade electronics. Over the past twenty years, he has exhibited and performed with his robotic musical inventions throughout the US, Canada, and Europe. He holds an MFA in Art and Technology Studies from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His work has been featured in Wired, Artweek LA, The Village Voice, The San Francisco Bay Guardian, Hackaday, and on the cover of Tape Op.

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