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TUIO Jam


In 2014, I participated in the Portland Creative Coders TUIO Jam, a hackday hosted by Instrument. The goal was to spend the afternoon creating generative art that would repsond to touch inputs using the open-source TUIO framework. Each of the pieces created at the hackday were included as part of a group art show held at the former Diode Gallery in downtown Portland.

I collaborated with John Brown to create two unique pieces for the show, both of which were featured in the gallery’s window display and available for pedestrians to interact with from the sidewalk via a Leap Motion sensor.
Role
Concepting
Art direction
Tools
Processing
TUIO Framework
Leap Motion













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