Session:Projection Mapping with the Pi: Advanced

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Description Based on the session the day before. Bring your Pi and let's try out advanced mapping tricks together!
Website(s) https://ofxpimapper.com
Type Workshop
Kids session No
Keyword(s) software, art, coding
Tags projection mapping, video mapping, arm, raspberry pi, open source, openframeworks, cpp, interactive, installations
Processing assembly Assembly:Milliways
Person organizing Kriwkrow
Language en - English
en - English
Related to Projects:Pi Mapper
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Subtitle The dark side of Pi Mapper - ofxPiMapper - and how to use it
Starts at 2019/12/29 14:00
Ends at 2019/12/29 16:00
Duration 120 minutes
Location Assembly:Milliways

Pi Mapper is an open source projection mapping tool intended to be used on the Raspberry Pi minicomputers to reduce cost and licensing complications. It started as an addon for the openFrameworks creative coding toolkit and now is available as a disk image that one can download from https://ofxpimapper.com.

During the advanced session we will cover setting up a development environment to make use of the openFrameworks addon ofxPiMapper that is at the core of Pi Mapper. We will try to develop a generative, data-driven and/or interactive mapping source to be used as Pi Mapper on a Raspberry Pi and discuss alternative solutions possible with the setup.

Please bring your own computer, Raspberry Pi (please no Raspberry Pi 4 yet), a monitor or a projector, keyboard, mouse and power extension as there is limited amount of those at the assembly.