Project 3

Project 3 Instructions
Previous Student Examples
Processing Cheat Sheet
How to Save Comma Separated Value File – CSV

Slides from Sunday Tutorials

Wearable Data Portrait Template File for 11/5

variableData: Processing Paper Folding Exercise for 10/31
variableData Example Files for 10/31

Project Timeline
10/22 Project 3 Kickoff//Studio Class
10/24 Project 2 – Critique // Intro to Processing //Processing Hour of Code – watch for homework
10/28 Processing Tutorial I: Beginner Session – 12-2p, Advanced Session – 2.30-3.30p
10/29 Methods of Construction & For Loops,
10/31 Data Set Due/Working With Processing
11/4 Processing Tutorial II : Beginner Session – 12-2p, Advanced Session – 2.30-3.30p
11/5 Studio Class
11/7 Studio Class/Visualization Complete
11/12 Project 4 Kickoff/Studio Class
11/14 Project Due/Fashion Show

Over the next week you should begin collecting your data set for your Wearable Data Portrait. Please record this data in a Google Drive Spreadsheet. If you have questions about your specific choice of data let me know – but be ready to talk about what data you are collecting on October 31st in class.

This can be anything from the personal, to local, national, global, or universal:
How many steps I took today
How many people did I see on their phone
How many people were wearing brown shoes
How much water did I drink today
Postage stamp cost increases
Drought rates of crops in California
Solar wind speed
Do not do: How many hours I slept

10/28 – Processing Tutorial I

Beginner Session – 12PM – 2PM
Advanced Session – 2.30PM  – 3:30PM
11/4 – Processing Tutorial I
Beginner Session – 12PM – 2PM
Advanced Session – 2.30PM  – 3:30PM

If you do not have experience coding before, you will attend both beginner sessions. If you have experience coding and feel comfortable with programming, you can attend the advanced sessions. Each week presents different material about how to code using Processing and importing and exporting data.

Readings: Read these by 10/31
Artistic Data Visualization: Beyond Visual Analytics – Viégas and Wattenberg
Rushkoff – Program or Be Programmed
Form and code visualize
Form + Code – Repeat

Origami Folding Techniques
Processing Reference page – all functions explained
OpenProcessing – share Processing sketches
Learning Processing – book by Daniel Shiffman