Learning to program is no longer just for computer specialists and software developers.
Creative coding aims to enhance student skills and experience in the development of software for the creation and manipulation of sounds and images, both in real and non-real time.
Students can develop their own projects through the use of computational approaches to audiovisual processing.
Students will develop, analyze and critique algorithmic approaches to digital drawing, digital audio mixing, and final audiovisual project.
Students will be encouraged to accomplish their artistic objectives and acquire knowledge of the terminology they need to work in complex and mixed teams.
Throughout the course the teacher will help them develop practical programming concepts by exploring creative ideas and challenges. The course will also explore the history and philosophy behind the artistic uses of technology.
This course is suitable for students with some background in multimedia and for students who have completed one or two years of university studies.
If you wish to extend your summer studies, you can combine this course with the following: