A digital artist and Rust enthusiast, developing the nannou creative coding framework and community for the past two years and the wider Rust audiovisual ecosystem since Rust 0.9. As a violinist turned music producer turned programmer, Mitchell is passionate about coding as a tool for creative expression and creative coding as a tool for learning.
Dr Joshua Batty a creative coder: artist: musician: freelancer: researcher: & digital alchemist who is passionate about creating audiovisual sensory experiences with digital technology. He specialises in developing realtime interactive audiovisual environments as one half of MindBuffer, and is a co-founder of the Rust creative coding framework, Nannou.
Creative coding is a way of looking at programming as a tool for creative expression. One of the beauties of creative coding is the potential to express ourselves in a wide variety of domains. Nannou aims to give equal priority and easy access to a full suite of creative I/O including graphics, multi-windowing, audio, LASERs, lighting and more.
Attendees will get an introduction to creative coding through nannou and the opportunity to use nannou to experiment with each of the aforementioned domains in a guided, relaxed and playful setting.