Electronic Media Studio Two (EMS2) is an introduction to software programming and physical computing within the context of the arts. In this course students develop the skills and confidence to produce interactive artworks using audiovisual, networked and tangible media. Our semester will introduce students to three widely used open-source toolkits for arts-engineering: Processing, Arduino, and PureData.
- Here is a link to our Blog login page. The main repository for your work this semester.
- Here is a link to our OpenProcessing Classroom. Your contributions to the great conversation.
- Here is a link to the professors’ Wiki. Mostly, you won’t need to look here.
Time: Mondays/Wednesdays 8:30am-11:30am
Location: CFA-318 (Mac Cluster)
Course Number: 60210-A (Art)
Instructor: Golan Levin, Associate Professor of Electronic Art (contact information)
Graduate Assistant: Craig Fahner (MFA 2013)
Office Hours: M/W afternoons, 2-4pm
Office Locations: CFA-111 (Studio for Creative Inquiry)