To show your processing creation in a webpage (or WordPress post or page*) you can use this example code: <script src=”https://home.et.utwente.nl/slootenvanf/div/processing.min.js”></script> <canvas data-processing-sources=”/slootenvanf/div/processing-example.pde”></canvas> * in WordPress, simply switch to text-mode to enter HTML-code in a post or page. Please take note of the following: If in Processing you have multiple files, you must combine them … Continue reading Include a processing file (.pde) in a webpage
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The Gogbot festival challenges first years’s students of the University of Twente and its bachelor programme Creative Technlogy with pitches and special assignments for presentations at Gogbot: 60 international talents from the academic programme CreaTE combining user interaction with cutting-edge technology and creative design. For Gogbot these talents have developed 14 installations and prototypes – … Continue reading Gogbot hosts ‘Creative Technologists’ in UT Innovation pavillion
A common away to create a theme for WordPress is to browse for an existing theme, install it, and customize it. However, to create your own version of a theme, it’s better to create a child of the original theme (and then start customizing that). Learn more on creating a child theme here. Advantage of … Continue reading WordPress theming: create a child of an existing theme
Gogbot is coming to town @ September 10-13 and will do some Internet of Things. Line-up: Marnix de Nijs, Ruben Pater, Sander Veenhof, Frederik de Wilde, Twittercore, Geoffrey Lillemon and lots of Creative Technology students from University of Twente. More info (in dutch). Location: