There are a couple of upcoming Processing for Android workshops I’ll be taking part of, introducing the new A3D renderer which has been in the works for the last few months. One is called “Fast 3D graphics in Processing for Android” at the “Processing.Android: Open Source for Mobile Innovation” symposium (in just a few days in Chicago). The second is the workshop “Introduction to Processing on Android devices”, which I’ll be co-teaching together with Jihyun Kim as part of the courses programming of Siggraph Asia 2010, in Seoul this December. See the details below.
The “Processing.Android: Open Source for Mobile Innovation” symposium is an event organized by the University of Chicago at Illinois (UIC) School of Art and Design, and will take place in Chicago between October 1st and 3rd. Many interesting lectures and workshops are part of the programming, and the event is free and open to the public. Please check the website for full description of the workshops, registration details, etc. My own workshop will be offered on Sunday 3rd, and a brief sketch of the contents I’ll be talking about can be seen here.
SIGGRAPH Asia 2010 will be held in Seoul, South Korea, between December 15th and 18th. The full course programming is here, and the workshop that Jihyun and I will be teaching over there includes a general introduction to Processing for Android, use of the 2D and 3D renderers as well as an overview of the libraries that are currently being developed for the platform. Follow this link for the registration details. The event is paid, but there are different attendance options as well as student discounts.