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Friday, May 6 • 4:00pm - 5:30pm
Prototyping Interaction with Spacebrew

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This workshop will introduce Spacebrew from a technical perspective and explore ways to prototype interactive installations with Spacebrew. On the technical side, we will cover: a high-level introduction to Spacebrew; an overview of how to connect to Spacebrew with Processing and Javascript; and demonstrations on how to use Spacebrew to connect all of the above together.

Participants will be guided through a set of live-coding scenarios, showing how to setup Spacebrew, and how to create apps from scratch. Time pending, we will be prepared to demonstrate a range of examples and projects, including connecting Spacebrew to an off-the-shelf outlet, to an Arduino-powered LED bar, and to mobile devices.

What to bring
- A laptop

Getting There
- Do your best to get there a little early to leave some time to sign in at security!- Enter at Microsoft entrance of 11 Times Square - 8th ave, just N of 41st
- Tell reception you're there for CTW Workshop on the 6th floor- Take the elevator up to 6 after you sign in- Check in with reception, then head left and all the way back–we'll be in the "Radio City" room

Partners
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Spacebrew

Director of Experience Design, Collins
Spacebrew is an open-source toolkit for prototyping interactive spaces. It connects the tools you love–Processing, Arduino, Javascript, openFrameworks, Cinder, and more–to each other over the Internet to make it easy to quickly build multi-person interactive sketches.



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