This is a paid event, this page is used to register your interest and we will contact your shortly after.
Tickets available at: https://type-me.net/workshops
When creating this workshop our team got together to reflect on how we started coding.
It is not necessarily an easy task, and we believe one learns by doing. The main principles will be introduced along the way, while we create exciting algorithms and shapes that are found in nature. We will use Processing, a programming language based on Java, ideal for creative coding.
We want to provide you with an extensive toolset, and we want you to deeply understand the most of it. All four members of TypeMe_ will be present to personally assist you on every step of your coding journey. By the end, you'll have a solid foundation to start building your own sketches and tools.
During the twelve hours spread over two days here's what we'll cover:
- Create an interactive Kaleidoscope
- Data structure
- Control flow
- User's Input
- Implement the Superformula
- Math operations
- Arrays & indexing
- Primitives and PShapes
- OOP and Classes
Date: 21st & 22nd of January from 10:00 to 18:00
Location: Central London, exact location to be confirmed
A full documentation package was written by our team specifically for this workshop which will be sent to you soon after purchasing your ticket.
A buffet for lunch and refreshments are all included.
If you have any questions or special requirements please feel free to get in touch - firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
Central London, exact location TBC
TypeMe_ is a Computational Design consultancy founded by Architects and Designers who believe that algorithmic thinking and computation is the new medium for design and practise. There is a growing need for engineers and designers to create their own tools for solving specific problems. They offer their expertise in the areas of Computational design, Generative modelling, Digital fabrication, Optimisation, Robotics and Machine Learning to solve design problems of a different nature to help create a more efficient built environment.