This project is supported by the Culture Programme of the European UnionThis project is supported by the Culture Programme of the European Union
JANUARY 24th - 26th 2013 | Mexico City
Live video performers, visual artists and vj meeting

PERFORMANCE AVATAR

Processing for iPad and iOS

Workshop

Teatro de Las Artes Classroom | 14:30 – 15:30 Thursday 24 January

We all know that Processing is a snap to use on Android– you can compile to an Android application directly from the Processing IDE.

However, a lot of visualists prefer iPad and Apple devices for its standardization, ease of use, and its form factor. Although Apple enforces its walled garden fairly rigorously, there are a few approaches to programming generative visuals on iDevices that make use of its robust support of HTML5 to enable JAVA and Processing based applications.

This demonstration shows how to build a standard, standalone Processing application and compile it to run directly on an iPad or even iPhone, using a combination of Processing for JS, XCODE, and HTML5 to iOS compilers. Programming environment is Mac OSX, Processing for Eclipse, and XCODE with the PhoneGap HTML5 compiler.

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Author

  • Eric Medine

    Eric Medine

    United States, Venice


    Eric Medine is a Los Angeles area artist working in multimedia and video art. Most recently he completed a residency at the Can Serrat Centro de Actividades Artisticas in Barcelona, Spain. He has given numerous lectures, workshops, and presentations on topics such as curating electronic art, hacking video game hardware, and software programming for live video exhibitions. He currently is co-director of La-Va.org, a loosely organized communtiy of video artists working primarily in the field of live video mixing and improvised visuals.

    From October of 1999 to October 2004 he ran Drivethru Studios, a not-for-profit, independent gallery dedicated to emerging artists working in painting, video, and sculpture. In June 2002 he curated and contributed to an exhibition with the Faites de la Lumiere group in Marseilles, France, and in the fall of 2002 traveled to Bulgaria to curate and show his own work at the "Second by Second" exhibition at the Lessedra Gallery in Sofia, Bulgaria.

    In 2004 he closed down the Drivethru Studios and relocated to Los Angeles to pursue a graduate degree at the Otis School for Art and Design. Since then he has shown work at the Los Angeles Juried Exhibition, the Angels Gate Art Center, Track 16 Gallery in Santa Monica, the SuperSonic Exhibition at the Barnsdall Art Park in Los Angeles, Walled Cities Gallery in San Pedro, Andrew Shire Gallery in Los Angeles, and the KunstVlaai Exhibition in Amsterdam.

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