When human beings acquired language, we learned not just how to listen but how to speak. When we gained literacy, we learned not just how to read but how to write.
And as we move into an increasingly digital reality, we must learn not just how to use programs but how to make them.
Douglas Rushkoff, Program or Be Programmed
In this project you’ll write Processing code, producing a visualization of the data you’ve been collecting, then print and construct a wearable accessory.
We’ll photograph you (or your model) in a runway show critique on Tuesday, November 12.
Click here and scroll down to see Petals project.
Readings for October 27:
Artistic Data Visualization, Viegas, Wattenberg
Computer Science for the Rest of Us, Stross
Rushkoff: Program or Be Programmed_Chptr 1
form + code repeat chapter
Form + Code visualize chapter
Processing Cheat Sheet
Origami Folding Techniques
Accessing Data in Processing
OpenProcessing – share Processing sketches
Processing Reference page – all functions explained
Form+Code in Design and Art – code examples
Learning Processing – book by Daniel Shiffman
Intro to Processing slides – Ellen Duong (2015)
Intro to Processing slides – Sally Kong (2014)
Personas: MIT data visualization – visualizes how the Internet sees you.