01.09. 10:00-11:00


Python S60 - Examples

Jurgen Scheible


Jurgen will serve a selection of examples as part of his workshop on programming mobile phones with python. Follow him on stage and continue later at the python workshop's desk. (Follow it by the Python workshop)


01.09. 11:00-12:00


Puredata - Cases

Hans C. Steiner, Koray Tahiroglu


Hans and Koray have collaborated online during the last two years in the creation of a teaching curriculum for universities. You can now experience it live at the Electrolobby. They will make some sound demos on stage as an invitation to join them to their work table.


01.09. 12:00-13:00


Openframeworks - Computer Vision

Zach Lieberman, Henrik Wrangel


Zach and Henrik will introduce us to the basics of computer vision using security cameras. Follow them through the amazing world of CCTV, digitizers, and lines of code.


01.09. 13:00-15:00


Simplicity Symposium

Andreas Hirsch


Follow-up discussion after the first session of the Simplicity Symposium.


01.09. 15:00-16:00


Arduino Sensor Lecture

Massimo Banzi


Sensor technology won't be so mysterious after unveiled by Massimo and his friends. Tones of examples and real life experiences on stage.


01.09. 16:00-16:30



Andrew Hieronymi


„Move“ ist ein Geschicklichkeitsspiel, das nicht wie gebräuchlich mit Hilfe von Joystick oder Maus bewältigt wird, sondern mit Körpereinsatz. Die Spielfläche besteht aus einer grafisch ansprechend gestalteten Projektionsfläche am Boden. Betritt man diese, wird man zum Aviator in der virtuellen Umgebung und muss sich mit Geschicklichkeit gegen diese behaupten.

project assistant: Togo Kida
supported by: UCLA


01.09. 16:30-17:00


Hello World and other art pieces

Yunchul Kim


“Hello, world!” is an interesting take on long- and short-lived data storage media. It uses acoustic signals to store data. A codified auditory signal (feedback) circulates in a closed system consisting of a computer, a loudspeaker, 246 meters of copper tubing and a microphone. Due to the acoustic delay in the tubing system, it’s possible to save data, whereby the rule is: the longer the copper tubing, the longer the time delay and the greater the memory capacity.


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