The geeky side of the SPARKcon creativity festival. A survey of the makery, hackery, and science of geekSPARK 2017.
Kimotion-powered interactive art at SPARKcon 2016.
Kimotion is a framework for building reactive digital art displays.
Kimotion is a new framework for building interactive art exhibits. It will appeal mostly to the Programmer Artist types. Think “Warrior Poet”, but with keyboards.
The construction of a WebGL particle physics gravity simulation slash interactive art installation.
Dimo: Particles is an artistic particle physics simulation and interactive art exhibit I created (along with fellow Red Hat engineers Ian Hands and Ben Pritchett) for the SPARKcon festival in 2014.
Launch live demo!
Pictures These pictures are from the art exhibit at geekSPARK in 2014.
After the event, I wrote this opensource.com article about the experience.
The source code is, of course, open.
A player walks up Fayetteville St in Raleigh, North Carolina. SPARKcon has begun, and dozens of artists are …