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Processing.Android: Open-Source for Mobile Innovation
Julio Obelleiro + Jorge Cano + Shawn Roske: Cing, Creative coding bridging Processing and C++
This presentation will introduce Cing, an open source library for creative programming which bridges the elegant and intuitive syntax of Processing with the power and flexibility of C++. Cing allows innovative and accessible experimentation with advanced capabilities such as 3D, Physics or Computer Vision. Cing is being developed for use on desktop platforms and it is currently on its first steps towards mobile platforms like the iPhone. Cing is developed by Julio Obelleiro, Jorge Cano and Shawn Roske.
Julio Obelleiro is an artist and engineer focused on the creation of interactive installations and large-scale projections that address the alteration of the viewer’s perception. His interdisciplinary work has been exhibited in festivals and venues such as Ars Electronica (Austria), File (Brazil), 10YearsAfter Festival (Seoul), The White Night (Madrid), Looptopia (Chicago), Urban Art Festival (Bucharest), etc. He has been recipient of the grants Fulbright and Torres Quevedo and has contributed to the publication AI Game Programming Wisdom (Charles River Media). Obelleiro currently teaches in the New Media Arts program at UIC and in the Art and Technology Studies at SAIC. In 2007 he co-founded the open source tool Cing with Jorge Cano.
Jorge Cano is a designer and digital artist who is currently working in human computer interaction and data visualization. In recent years, his body of work has been focused on researching the use of new media, mainly interactive video and audio systems, in order to study new ways of communicating with the viewers. In 2007 he co-founded the open source tool Cing with Julio Obelleiro.
Shawn Roske is an interaction designer and software engineer that recently joined the Cing team. For the past 12 years he has created web experiences, mobile applications and permanent interactive installations for company and clients. His current interests are focused on developing and exploring the capabilities of all the major mobile device platforms.
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