Processing community day India has been created by and for the local communities in India
About This Event
PCD @ Delhi is a community event that will bring together people of all ages to celebrate and explore art, code, and diversity. The day-long event features fun filled workshops on making generative art from simple lines of code and interaction spaces to make playful artworks.
On the Day of the event, you'll learn few tricks and play with p5 to add life to a character or to just create beautiful 10 prints with a machine. No prior coding experience is really required to make it, just a ton of curiosity to learn and understand how programs work?
In addition to a full day of programming, we want to make space for anyone to share ideas and projects with the community. We will set up Show & Tell Stations, an Interactive sketch screen to get your ideas on the wall, and a Community Open Mic Session for participants to sign-up on the day of the event. The program will wrap up with an after party consists of performances, food, and drinks.
Be a part of the growing community of software arts, buy the tickets right away if you are thrilled and you are curious to know how you can be active in contributing to the future of creativity between humans and machines. You can also be a part of this free if you'd like to do a "Show & Tell " session on how you use Processing in your work.
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RINTU KUTUM is currently pursuing his PhD in Computational Biology at CSIR-Institute of Genomics & Integrative Biology, New Delhi. He did his B.Sc. in Biotechnology from Krupanidhi College, Bangalore University and M.Sc. in Biotechnology from KIIT-School of Biotechnology, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar. Now, he applies machine learning algorithms to solve problems in biology. Data visualisation is an integral part of data analysis and he uses constantly various basic graphics for his research.
NATASHA SINGH is the Creative Head behind TimeBlur, a Digital Experience Studio. Coming from Communication and Product Design field, her work lies in New-Media Technologies such as Human Computer Interactions, Computer Vision, Motion Tracking and Physical Computing. As a Design Researcher, she likes to dwell in the unpredictability of Generative art systems and complexity of nonlinear systems. She has set sail on an adventure to explore the world beyond traditional design with Mike, her co-founder in Timeblur, where they work at the intersection of art, data and technology. Their work has been featured in the Discovery Channel, the Creators Project, Vice and spoken at Tedx, Bangalore. Their bespoke solutions have a blend of autonomy with intuitiveness, exploring the form, rhythm and dynamics of Data and Systems. She also teaches Yoga and intends to digitally transform the Ancient practices of India like Yoga and Kolam.
MIKE CJ is a technocrat from Bangalore, with a graduate degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering. He works primarily with electronic hardware, Signal Processing and computer graphics, which is applied in interdisciplinary fields such as Music, Software arts and Data Visualization. He loves being in the complexity of computer algorithms to generate beautiful artforms. The passion for making art lead to starting Timeblur Studio, in 2015 along with Natasha Singh and is currently working as a creative developer where he deeply works on the technical side of things.