February 1st 2024, 6 – 9 PM CET
Live via Zoom, in English Language / Recording will be available the day after the class takes place
Recordings are available for up to one year after purchase.
WS23 – VVVV 09 – Data Sensing and Logging with Arduino and vvvv
Microcontrollers like Arduino offer the power to sense the environment, interpret haptic user input, and create custom input devices for instruments or physical installations. Simultaneously, they enable vvvv to send control commands to a diverse range of actuators, including motors, LEDs, and other hardware components. This synergy opens a world of possibilities for inventive installations and rapid prototyping.
This workshop will concentrate on environmental sensing with the creation of a practical data logger application and its data visualization using vvvv. Participants will delve into the synergy between vvvv and Arduino, addressing key aspects including handling incoming sensor data, employing the firmata library, and proficiently visualizing and recording these data signals.
About the Instructor
Vincent Nowak (aka vincent.now) is a practicing architect and researcher based in London. He works at the intersection of urban design, media installation and architecture. He is Co-Founder and Director of Flow Architecture, Senior Associate at UHA London and Lecturer for Urban Design at the UCL Bartlett.
As an architect with a deep passion for computers and digital design, Vincent brings a wealth of experience and expertise to this workshop. Vincent’s unique blend of architectural insight and digital design proficiency positions him as the go to instructor to help you explore the world of Arduino and vvvv.