In the scope of the Graphics and Sound Programming course at Tallinn University (May 2020), taught online due to COVID-19, I created a few video tutorials on sound in p5.js. Hopefully these will be useful, although they were created to support a course with Zoom sessions (not as a stand-alone tutorials).
In the scope of the Generative Media Coding course at Aalto University (May 2020), taught online due to COVID-19, I created a few video tutorials on openFrameworks. Hopefully these will be useful, although they were created to support a course with Zoom sessions (not as a stand-alone tutorials). Thank you to Aalto Media Labfor the support on this.
The code for all the exercises is here: https://github.com/aalto-mediacode/GenerativeMediaCoding2020
Maximilian and the ofxMaxim addon have been an important component of my creative coding teaching, with openFrameworks. However, tutorials on ofxMaxim are not very easily available. In this post, I will collect some related resources that can be useful for students. Thank you to Aalto Media Lab for the support on this.
Main openFrameworks / ofxMaxim links:
Maximilian examples (“non-openFrameworks” c++): https://github.com/micknoise/Maximilian/tree/master/cpp/commandline/maximilian_examples
If you’re interested in HTML5 and JS in particular, you can check out my tutorials here (updated in 2012): http://webmediadev.wordpress.com/
For Processing, you can check my exercises at OpenProcessing: https://openprocessing.org/user/35357/?o=15&view=sketches
In August, I developed 3 “learning objects” related to Flash and ActionScript, entitled “Multimedia Development”: