LISA2012 Panel: Creative Coding Toolkits

This is a video recording of the Creative Coding Toolkits Panel at the Leaders in Software and Art Conference, LISA2012, held on October 16th at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City.  Additional photos available at flickr.com.
From left:
Golan Levin, new media artist, Moderator
R. Luke Dubois, Max/MSP/Jitter – http://lukedubois.com/, http://cycling74.com/products/max/
Daniel Shiffman, Processing – http://www.shiffman.net/, http://processing.org/
Zachary Lieberman, openFrameworks – http://thesystemis.com/, http://www.openframeworks.cc/
Andrew Bell, Cinder – http://drawnline.net/, http://libcinder.org/
Conference produced by Isabel Walcott Draves.
Video by Karmalize Productions and Blind Escrow Productions.
Thanks to the Guggenheim AV team including Norman Proctor, Michael Lavin, Stephanie Gatton and Josh Young.
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The second panel of the day was the Creative Coding Toolkits Panel at the Leaders in Software and Art Conference, LISA2012, held on October 16th at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City.

Golan Levin, new media artist, was moderator.  On his panel were R. Luke Dubois, a software artist and composer representing Max/MSP/JitterDaniel Shiffman, an instructor at NYU ITP representing ProcessingZachary Lieberman, software artist and co-founder of openFrameworks ; and Andrew Bell, co-creator of Cinder .  Watch the video to learn more about the strengths and key examples of each generative art programming toolkit.

Some photos below; See more photos on Flickr.

Golan Levin, Luke Dubois, Daniel Shiffman, Zach Lieberman, Andrew Bell

Golan Levin, Luke Dubois, Daniel Shiffman, Zach Lieberman, Andrew Bell

Luke Dubois

Luke Dubois

Daniel Shiffman

Daniel Shiffman

Zach Lieberman

Zach Lieberman

Andrew Bell

Andrew Bell

Golan Levin

Golan Levin

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