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Exploring Computational Thinking Exploring Computational Thinking Computational thinking (CT) involves a set of problem-solving skills and techniques that software engineers use to write programs that underlie the computer applications you use such as search, email, and maps. However, computational thinking is applicable to nearly any subject. Students who learn computational thinking across the curriculum begin to see a relationship between different subjects as well as between school and life outside of the classroom.
ofGraphics::ofTranslate void ofBackground(int r, int g, int b) Sets the background color. It takes as input r,g,b (0-255). The background is cleared automatically, just before the draw() command, so if the background color is not changing, you could call this inside of setup() (once, at the start of the application). ofGraphics::ofTranslate
GAmuza GAmuza is a Hybrid Live OF Sketching IDE, for interactive design developing, live audiovisual performance and generative art teaching. Artistic creation software – GAmuza | Interview (Spanish) Live CodingThe main core of GAmuza is a live coding environment for rapid prototyping, playing and learning. Based on Lua embeddable scripting language, Luabind and ofxLua OF addon, extends the OpenFrameworks API (0.7.4) with different input/output setting modules easy configurable within a GUI. Modular System GAmuza works with various GUI modules. GAmuza
The Generative Gatsby by Vladimir V. Kuchinov The Generative Gatsby by Vladimir V. Kuchinov The Great Gatsby is among the most celebrated piece of art in American literature, because along with a gorgeous love story it captured the whole essence of an era, knowing as the Roaring Twenties – the time of unprecedented social and technological changes in lifestyle and music. This decade is also referred to Jazz Era and the term has much as much do with jazzy and swingy atmosphere. This music style could be characterized by its twelve bars patterns, full of syncopations and, of course, improvisations. My intention was to explore how it could be it translated into book typography. That’s why I have picked the most remarkable jazz tunes from 1920’s – which could be hypothetically played at Gatsby’s parties – to highlight the furious rhythm of the Roaring Twenties. The following work is a visual experiment, a study of how music of this era, its rhythms, syncopations and patterns could alter prose to a new typographic frontiers keeping content legible as it could be.
The Clock in processing.js « Julien Bayle