Creative Computing Summer Program 2010

On August 2nd to 6th 2010, Fab Lab San Diego offered “Engineering a Paintbrush Made of Light”, an introduction to creative computing program in partnership with UCSD Academic Connections Summer Program hosted at UCSD Extension Sorrento Mesa Center Location. This course was a one-week intensive in which students learned about interface design and controllers, wiimote hacks and wiimote whiteboard project (created by Johnny Lee) as well as coding basics with Processing (open source programming environment).

During this class students learned about working with Processing to create interactive graphics, Interfaces, Input Devices, Interaction Design, Sensors and How to build an IR Pen.

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Enjoy here a compilation of videos from FAB LAB SD @ UCSD Extension Summer Program 2010 where high school students learned about interactivity and creative computing.

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Read the students’ blog posts
Processing.org
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