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Processing Community Day 2020 - Bangalore

Sat, 8 Feb 10:00AM - 6:00PM
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Welcome to Processing Community Day (PCD) - Bangalore 2020! It is a day to celebrate and explore art, code, and diversity around the world. This year, we are having a fun-filled day of workshops, talks, projects, and performances. 


  • 930-1000: Registration

  • 1000-1030: Event Opening

  • 1030-1120: Talks - Loop 1

    Yati Padia: Open Source opportunities for Dummies
    Suraj Bharathy: Personal Projects, Practice, and Process
    Dhyeya Anand: Building robots using Processing
    Anmol Srivastava: Processing as a tool for nurturing Computational Thinking in curriculums of Indian Design Schools

  • 1130-1300: Workshops - Loop 1

    Electronics with micropython - code beyond screens

    Loop-imation: Intro to making repeated geometric animations in p5.js

  • 1300-1330: Lunch

  • 1330-1430: Project Showcase (+Lunch)

  • 1430-1600: Workshops - Loop 2

    Making The Thing that Makes the Thing: Exploring Generative Art & Design with p5.js

    Machine Learning for Creative Expression

  • 1600-1700 : Talks - Loop 1

    Joe Sujin: Processing Interactions
    Pallavi Ray: Doodling ver2.0 (Doodling with code)
    Pratyush Raman: Talking to the Physical World with Software
    Tanvi Kumar: Visualisation in Engineering

  • 1700-1730: Livecoding performance with TidalCycles and P5 by Abhinay Khoparzi

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National Institute of Design, Bangalore HMT Watch Factory Road Bangalore India 560022
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