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Santa Fe Complex: Art + Code

Art + Code Dr. Woohoo will be at the Santa Fe Complex on Wednesday, May 6th at 11:30am for a show-n-tell session exploring how he – and you – can generate artwork by hacking into Illustrator, Photoshop and Maya via code. As the result of some early mash-ups within Illustrator, Woohoo was invited to work behind the scenes at Adobe, kicking the tires on […]

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a surprise around every corner.

i love how unpredictable life can be. i woke up one morning in march and found myself on a plane flying out to meet with golan levin – who orchestrated the art and code symposium at carnegie mellon – in order to show people how to hijack photoshop and illustrator from code and flash.  while i was […]

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ofAgua Medusa v2

  Dancing with Jellyfish. from dr woohoo on Vimeo.   Dr. Woohoo has created several new installations for the Grassy Knoll Gallery in Portland, Oregon, as part of his upcoming exhibition that opens on April 2nd, from 6 – 9pm. In this video, Woohoo’s Agua Medusae jellyfish swarm together and their excitement is driven by the […]

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Art and Code wrap up…

The presenters at the ART AND CODE conference, 7-9 March 2009 at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh.  “Left to right: John Maloney (MIT/Scratch), Golan Levin (CMU), Tom McMail (Microsoft Research), Ira Greenberg (Miami U. Ohio), Hans-Christoph Steiner (NYU), Evelyn Eastmond (MIT/Scratch), Casey Reas (UCLA/Processing), Zachary Lieberman (Parsons/openFrameworks), Theodore Watson (openFrameworks), Ben Fry (Processing), Arturo Castro (openFrameworks), […]

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