Hardware: Arduino and open electronic Video: record, generate, perform
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2007
Whether for ethical, economical or technical reasons more and more digital artists are using, or interested in using, free software in their work. And this is despite the serious lack of specific training in the field. LABoral Centre for Art and Creative Industries in collaboration with Hangar, proposes a series of workshops for all artists interested in learning to work with free software. Hangar is a visual arts production centre from Barcelona and has over five years experience working with free software in a creative environment. Taken together, the three workshops provide a complete toolkit for the artist wanting to working with interactive audiovisual environments.
Workshop. Image: LABoral
Hardware: Arduino and open electronic Audio: from real time to the studio and back again
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Aug
2007
16
Aug
2007
Whether for ethical, economical or technical reasons more and more digital artists are using, or interested in using, free software in their work. And this is despite the serious lack of specific training in the field. LABoral Centre for Art and Creative Industries in collaboration with Hangar, proposes a series of workshops for all artists interested in learning to work with free software. Hangar is a visual arts production centre from Barcelona and has over five years experience working with free software in a creative environment. Taken together, the three workshops provide a complete toolkit for the artist wanting to working with interactive audiovisual environments.
Workshop. Image: LABoral
Hardware: Arduino and open electronic
19
Jan
2007
23
Jan
2007
Whether for ethical, economical or technical reasons more and more digital artists are using, or interested in using, free software in their work. And this is despite the serious lack of specific training in the field. LABoral Centre for Art and Creative Industries in collaboration with Hangar, proposes a series of workshops for all artists interested in learning to work with free software. Hangar is a visual arts production centre from Barcelona and has over five years experience working with free software in a creative environment. Taken together, the three workshops provide a complete toolkit for the artist wanting to working with interactive audiovisual environments.
Workshop. Image: LABoral

Hardware: Arduino and open electronic

Whether for ethical, economical or technical reasons more and more digital artists are using, or interested in using, free software in their work. And this is despite the serious lack of specific training in the field. LABoral Centre for Art and Creative Industries in collaboration with Hangar, proposes a series of workshops for all artists interested in learning to work with free software. Hangar is a visual arts production centre from Barcelona and has over five years experience working with free software in a creative environment. Taken together, the three workshops provide a complete toolkit for the artist wanting to working with interactive audiovisual environments.

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Jan
2007
24
Jan
2007
Venue: LABoral
Hardware: Arduino and open electronic

Workshop. Image: LABoral

Arduino (http://arduino.cc/) is an open-source physical computing platform that is revolutionising the interactive arts. It is based on a simple i/o board, and a development environment for writing Arduino software. The Arduino programming language is an implementation
of the language used by Wiring, while the Arduino environment is based on Processing.


Arduino can be used to develop interactive objects, taking inputs from a variety of switches or sensors, and controlling a variety of lights, motors, and other outputs. Arduino projects can stand alone, or communicate with software running on your computer (e.g. Flash, Processing, Pure Data). The boards can be assembled by hand or purchased preassembled; the open-source IDE can be downloaded for free.


Arduino received an Honorary Mention in the Digital Communities section of the 2006 Ars Electronica Prix. The workshop is for beginners as well as experienced users.

Time: from 4 to 9 pm

Lecturers

David Cuartielles is co-creator of the Arduino Open Hardware Platform and has directed numerous workshops. He exhibits his own artistic work regularly.
Marcos Yarza is an industrial engineer and collaborates on Arduino Project since September 2005 (HYPERLINK “http://www.libelium.com” www.libelium.com).

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