March 01, 2005
7th German flashconference 2005

I'm happy to be invited again this year as a speaker at the flashconference in Stuttgart, which will be again part of the fmx/05 and is scheduled on April 29th and 30th.

This time I will be hitting the stage twice: I'm especially looking forward to "Let's be realistic - Rigid Body Dynamics with Flash", because André Michelle and me will be presenting our actual common project together. Currently we are not only colliding virtual bodies in our secret lab, but we are also fighting heavy mind wars about the correct use of the force and the plug...

My second lecture "The Painter in the Machine" will be about my explorations into the coding of natural painting effects and the pursuit of artificial creativity. A lot of this works on the pixel level, so I will present this with Processing. But as rumors say and early sneak previews show, the chances that one might be able to do lots of this soon with Flash 8 are not so bad.

Posted at March 01, 2005 09:51 PM | Further reading

Mario dann sieht man sich ja endlich mal wieder in pura-natura - bin schon gespannt was du und Andre zeigen. :)

Grüsse aus den Staaten

Posted by: Matthias Kannengiesser on March 5, 2005 08:40 AM

Yeah! Dance the Pixel! Ride the wave for correct use of the force and the plug ;-)

Posted by: Wolfgang Schmidt-Sichermann on March 14, 2005 11:30 PM
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