Lunch-time lecture: Firefly experimentsArchitecture, Physical Computing and new Tangible User Interfaces
Date: Friday March 11, 12:30-1:30pm
Location: University of Washington, Gould Hall 208J, Seattle, WA
Sponsors: UW Design Machine Group
Seats are limited. RSVP required. (Note: This session has filled. Contact Jody Mills to be added to the waiting list.)
Jason Kelly Johnson from Firefly Experiments and Future Cities Lab in San Francisco will discuss and demonstrate Firefly and show recent projects produced by his lab. Firefly is a new set of comprehensive software tools dedicated to bridging the gap between Grasshopper (a free plug-in for Rhino), the Arduino micro-controller, the internet and beyond. It allows near real-time data flow between the 3D digital and physical worlds, and will read/write data to/from internet feeds, remote sensors, connect with machine vision protocols, and more.
Jason Kelly Johnson is the co-developer of Firefly and is a founding partner of Future Cities Lab in San Francisco. He is also an Assistant Professor of Architecture and Interaction at CCA and core tutor of the Architectural Association (AA) Biodynamic Structures summer program held each year in San Francisco.