Instagram, week 20, 2013.
Videolab is an educational software piece that teaches and lets users experiment with concepts of digital video technology. It can be used standalone by students or as a lecturing tool by instructors.
I developed this Educational Software project as part of the coursework required for my Digital Media PhD, but I hope it’ll come handy in my own teaching. This prototype was made with Processing 2.08b and was thoroughly tested on Windows, but should work on other systems as well.
Instagram, week 17, 2013: a protest mural, the local IKEA parking lot, a celebration of the World Book Day, fireworks at the midnight of April 25th (Revolution Day), and a couple of photos of something neat I'm working on.
Instagram, week 16, 2013: an evening in Aveiro, at the theatre waiting for the start of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead.
Nelson, of course, is the wacky David Lynch-esque persona who invented the word ‘hypertext’ and fought for an alternate (some might say DRM-enabled) Web for decades with Project Xanadu. Still, Nelson has none of that tired Silicon Valley entrepeneur bullshit rhetoric. His Computers for Cynics podcast (direct link to episode 0) has more wisdom about technology and control in it than the entire ouevre of ‘open source’ demagogues.