Since participating in Intel’s Perceptual Computing Developer Challenge last year, I’ve wanted to post a write up on the experience. This won’t be exactly that. What I ended up writing was an introduction to using the Perceptual Computing SDK within Processing, both as a means of reintroducing myself to the framework after not having used […]
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Last year, I developed two applications for Intel’s Perceptual Computing Challenge, and I’m pleased to announce that both apps won prizes. Grev took home 3rd place in the Productivity category and Center (a gesture-controlled god game, for which I will write a post at a later date) won a Pioneer Award. Thanks very much to […]
Casual Encounters will be on display from October 29-December 28, 2013, as part of the Vogue Exhibition, at Endeavor Arts Gallery in Calgary.
Quick update on work old and new. I’ve added a few projects from my time with Globacore, as well as a new piece, which looks at the ways in which our wireless devices lead social lives all their own.
I will be demoing Pong Prom and giving a quick presentation on some of its technical aspects tomorrow night at the Toronto Wearables Meetup. Feel free to drop by if you’re interested in hanging with some amazing (and incredibly talented) people. The last one drew a great crowd, including people with all levels of experience, […]
…that lights up at night. Illuminated bow tie timelapse from Ed Keeble on Vimeo.
Pong Prom will be featured on tonight’s episode of Daily Planet. Those in Canada can catch it at 7 and 11pm on Discovery channel, while everyone else will be able to check it out online starting tomorrow afternoon. Update: In the words of the inimitable Ziya Tong, “I love it…this is like hell.”
New site. A bunch of projects (new and old) coming up. Stay tuned.