There may be one or two additions, but our schedule is up!
Le lundi 13 mai 2013 11:21:13 UTC-4, val / metoikos a écrit : > > Hi folks! > > It’s nearly time for @party 2013. > > Our presenter schedule will be finalized shortly. This year’s topics > include electronic instrument design, the Gesture Recognition Toolkit, a 3D > printing pen, n-body methods, Gameduino, different approaches to data > visualization, discussion of IBM’s PCjr, and color correction or optical > illusions achieved with programmable lighting, among others. > > @party is a demoparty, an event where attendees collaborate as well as > enter their creations (some of which are created beforehand, some of which > are created at the party) in a variety of competitions. Demos are > realtime-rendered noninteractive demonstrations of coding, musical, and > artistic prowess. They are central to the demoscene, a computer art > subculture most active in Europe which emerged in the mid-1980s. People > participating in the demoscene include programmers, visual artists and > designers, animators, musicians, game developers, composers, electrical > engineers, and makers. > > Our competitions include freestyle, executable, and oldschool graphics and > music, overhead projector, games, demos, and wild (anything goes – bring > your machining, robotics, and electronics projects). > > Some of you may have heard about @party or the demoscene through events > run by CEMI Electronic Media Institute. > > First prize in our demo compo is a mathematical sculpture by Bathsheba > Grossman, who creates her work using computer-aided design techniques and > 3D printing in various metals. > > @party 2013 is sponsored by the MIT Game Lab and will take place in the > Stata Center at MIT from June 14-16, 2013. > Registration closes June 10th, 2013. Tickets are free to MIT students, > faculty, and staff. > > Please contact email@example.com with any inquiries, > > Best > Val Grimm aka Metoikos > @party lead organizer > atparty-demoscene.net