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A short list of Dutch computational designers who use rapid prototyping

A short list of Dutch computational artists/designers who use rapid prototyping, compiled from responses to a Twitter inquiry: Driessens & Verstappen (Amsterdam): http://notnot.home.xs4all.nl/ Catalogtree (Arnhem): http://catalogtree.net/projects/about ProtospaceNL (Utrecht):  http://protospace.nl TNO (Delft): http://www.tno.nl/index.cfm?Taal=2 Demakersvan (Rotterdam): http://www.demakersvan.com/ Rune Madsen (Netherlands/ NYC): http://www.runemadsen.com/work Claire Warnier (Netherlands/Belgium): http://unfold.be/pages/projects/items/l%E2%80%99artisan-electroniqu

A Processing Parser for SubRip Subtitle Files

In collaboration with Brazilian new-media artist Pablo Dias, I developed this Processing tool for reading and parsing SubRip files (a popular text file format for movie subtitles). This project was developed with support from the Baltan Laboratories in Eindhoven, Netherlands. The applet is hosted at OpenProcessing and can be downloaded in this zip file. The […]

Tag Clouds in Processing with OpenCloud

I created a demo of tag clouds in Processing using MCavallo‘s excellent Java-based OpenCloud library. The development was extremely straightforward. Below is the Processing applet (hosted at OpenProcessing), visualizing a tag cloud of Dr. Suess’ Green Eggs and Ham, and its code. (The entire project can be downloaded here.) Clicking the applet alternates between alphabetic […]

Some common UI words in various languages

Here are some common user-interface terms (Clear, Cancel, Continue, Quit, Initializing) translated into various languages, including Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Danish, English, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Turkish, and Ukrainian. This kind of localization information can sometimes be difficult to find, and may be helpful for […]

Keeping Yourself Fed after Graduating

Here’s a short list of digital tools which may help graduating fine arts students bridge the transition to adult working life. I’m currently co-teaching a Senior Project course for approximately 40 Fine Arts undergraduates in the Carnegie Mellon School of Art. In just a few months, these seniors, most of whom work in traditional 2D […]