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openFrameworks workshop tomorrow in NYC

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You’ve seen tons of cool openFrameworks projects here on MAKE over the years. If you haven’t heard about this open source creative coding toolkit, you should. If you’re in NYC this weekend, there’s going to be a workshop on using openFrameworks at Parsons tomorrow:

This DT Dorkshop will be lead by Parsons MFA Design + Technology students Zach Gage, Nick Hardeman, and Steve Varga. openFrameworks is a powerful open source toolkit built on C++ aimed at creative coding. The workshop will cover the beginner’s basics of the openFrameworks setup, as well as various advanced topics by interest. All skill levels are encouraged to attend, and break out sessions with instructors will be tailored to suit various skill levels.

openFrameworks Dorkshop
Saturday, April 17, 2010 – 10:00am-4:00pm (with 1-hour lunch break)
Parsons the New School for Design
2 W 13th Street, 10th floor (Rooms 1005 and 1013)
$Free (sign up required)

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