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By Ruben Swieringa
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As mentioned in my previous post, last week I went to FITC Amsterdam 2009 together with my colleague Martin, and boy did we have a good time. Here's a review of some of cool stuff from the tuesday-sessions (the second day of FITC):

Keith Peter's art - During his 60 minutes, Keith Peters talked about one of his newer websites artfromcode.com and making, well ehm, art from code. Keith showed off some pieces he wrote out in the past few months and explained some of the logic behind them.

Keith Peters

Mario Klingemann's tinkering - Just before lunch Mario Klingemann set off to talk about triangles in his session titled "The tinkerer's box". Starting out with dividing up triangles in a seemingly plain manner, he gradually added functionality and eventually ended up with some really amazing stuff. Very neat indeed.

Mario Klingemann

Jared Ficklin's sound - Had Jared Ficklin been my highschool science-teacher then (to say the least) I would have been a hell of a lot more interested in the subject. During his session "Seeing sound" he showed us how similar most Nirvana-songs really are, how to make a spectrum analyzer that visualizes audio with fire and the reach of sound-waves with smoking barrels (litterally).

Jared Ficklin

more photos of FITC Amsterdam 2009 on my Flickr profile



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