[NetBehaviour] Introduction to Pure Data.

marc marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Wed Jan 10 12:29:08 CET 2007

Introduction to Pure Data.

(Originally on the Node.London mailing list)

Hello NODE.London network,

New dates for emergent technologies courses at Space Media Arts:

Mon 29 Jan:  **Intro to building a blogging website**

Tue 6 Feb:  **Intro to Pure Data**

Mon 26 Mar:  **Video Streaming & POD / VOD Casting**

Tue 27 Mar:  **Intro to Pure Data**

Pure Data course description below, with other course descriptions to 
appear soon on http://www.spacemedia.org.uk along with our other media 
courses available.


Introduction to Pure Data
Tuesday, 6 February and Tuesday, 27 March (1 day course)
10:30am to 4:30pm
Instructor: Chun Lee
Cost: £60

At [  s p a c e . m e d i a . a r t s  ], 129-131 Mare Street, London E8 3RH

**To book a place, email training at spacestudios.org.uk**

Pure Data is a free and open source real-time graphical programming 
environment used by artists to create a range of visual arts, theatre, 
dance, audio, installation, performance and media art works.

Pure Data is ideal for those looking to integrate emergent technologies 
or new media into their work for the first time, or media artists 
looking to explore new tools and new ways to combine them in a unified 
environment. It is easy to use Pure Data to create interactive 
environments, link animations and sound, control hardware and 
electronics, stream audio, generate real time visuals and develop 
interfaces for other programs.

In this introductory course, participants will learn the basics of Pure 
Data from scratch on OSX (this knowledge can be transferred to any other 
operating system). Students will learn what Pure Data is, what it can 
do, and begin to build simple applications in "patches". Students will 
also learn to hack existing patches and use help patches to create 
applications. Places are limited to seven, where students will have 
their own Apple workstations, with an additional three places available 
to those who wish to bring their own laptops.

More info at:

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