1. Video Destroyer

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    from Max Weisel Added 19 0 0

    ArtHackDay came to San Francisco in 2012. Attendees are given 48 hours to conceive, design and develop a piece that will be shown in a small exhibition on the last day. I wrote a small drum pad app called VideoDestroyer. Each drum pad is set to play a sample of any YouTube video.

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    • Urban Data Challenge Hackathon (Data Viz)

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      This was the data visualization, generated by our team, and written by Eric Socolofsky. Jesse Day was responsible for the graphics. With this, and the animation, we were awarded 2nd prize at the Urban Data Canvas Hackathon (on February 24th 2014) sponsored by GAFFTA and swissnex with guest judge, Casey Raes. The video is sped up by 4x.

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      • Creative Code Meetup IX w Kyle McDonald

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        Artist, Kyle McDonald's presentation during Gray Area's Creative Code Meetup IX on January 9, 2014. The Creative Code Meetup is a monthly meet up for Art and Tech in the Bay Area -- join the Creative Code Meetup here: meetup.com/grayarea/ Kyle McDonald | http://kylemcdonald.net Kyle McDonald is an artist who works in the open with code. He is a contributor to arts-engineering toolkits like openFrameworks, and spends a significant amount of time building tools that allow artists to use new algorithms in creative ways. His work is very process-oriented, and he has made a habit of sharing ideas and projects in public before they're completed. He enjoys creatively subverting networked communication and computation, exploring glitch and embedded biases, and extending these concepts to reversal of everything from personal identity to work habits. Kyle is a member of F.A.T. Lab, community manager for openFrameworks, adjunct professor at ITP, and has been a resident at the STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon, as well as YCAM in Japan. His work is commissioned by and shown at exhibitions and festivals around the world, including: Ars Electronica, Sonar/OFFF, Eyebeam, Anyang Public Art Project, Cinekid, CLICK Festival, NODE Festival, and many others. He frequently leads workshops exploring computer vision and interaction.

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        • Creative Code Meetup IX w/ Lauren McCarthy

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          Artist, Lauren McCarthy's presentation during Gray Area's Creative Code Meetup IX. The Creative Code Meetup is a monthly meet up for Art and Tech in the Bay Area -- join the Creative Code Meetup here: meetup.com/grayarea/ Lauren McCarthy | http://lauren-mccarthy.com/ Lauren McCarthy is an artist and programmer based in Brooklyn, NY. She is adjunct faculty at RISD and NYU ITP, a Processing Fellow, and recently a resident at Eyebeam. She is fascinated by the slightly uncomfortable moments when patterns are shifted, expectations are broken, and participants become aware of the system. Her artwork has been shown in a variety of contexts, including the Conflux Festival, SIGGRAPH, LACMA, the Japan Media Arts Festival, the File Festival, the WIRED Store, and probably to you without you knowing it at some point while interacting with her.

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          • Creative Code Meetup IX w/ Steve Mason

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            Artist, Steve Mason's presentation during Gray Area's Creative Code Meetup IX. The Creative Code Meetup is a monthly meet up for Art and Tech in the Bay Area -- join the Creative Code Meetup here: meetup.com/grayarea/ Steve Mason | http://www.smason.com/ Steve Mason is a creative innovator of experiential technology. He has provided vision, design, and engineering for signature interactive experiences – online and around the world. He works holistically across many disciplines, including human-centered design and exotic visualization technology. During his six years at Obscura Digital, he cultivated the interaction design and rapid prototyping practices, and kickstarted the interactive and R&D aspects of the business. Additionally, he functioned as the Product Design Director for the Bluescape collaboration product suite, a joint venture between Haworth and Obscura. He recently started working at Samsung’s San Francisco-based Mobile UXCA Lab as a Senior Director, designing functional prototypes for future consumer electronics products.

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            • Creative Code Meetup VII- Cory Barr

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              Artist, Cory Barr 's presentation during Gray Area's Creative Code Meetup VII. The Creative Code Meetup is a monthly meet up for Art and Tech in the Bay Area -- join the Creative Code Meetup here: meetup.com/grayarea/ Cory Barr: anticlockwisearts.com Cory Barr is the Co-founder of Anticlockwise Arts, he is a composer, scientist, programmer. Cory spends his days working on interactive systems, telling stories with data, and exploring modern technology as an artistic medium. Notable pieces he has contributed to include Watercolor Walls, Unearthed, Sandbox World, and Syzygryd. His artwork has been featured at the California Academy of Sciences, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and other festivals and venues. Cory holds a Masters in Computer Science from Stanford and a Masters in Music Theory from the University of Oklahoma.

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              • Creative Code Meetup VI: Animated GIF Lightning Talks: Mitch Trale

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                Artist, Mitch Trale's lightning talk presentation during Gray Area's Creative Code Meetup for the Upload.gif series newhive.com.com/upload . The UPLOAD.gif Series took place in San Francisco October 11-13th, 2013 produced as a partnership between GrayArea.org and Newhive.com . The Creative Code Meetup is a monthly meet up for Art and Tech in the Bay Area -- join the Creative Code Meetup here: meetup.com/grayarea/ Mitch Trale: vimeo.com/mct http://www.mitchtrale.com Mitch Trale is the Principal and Lead Developer at MCT -- a contemporary internet production firm, based in Oakland, California. MCT is interested in creating new experiences for audiences online. They provide full-spectrum development services to entrepreneurs, artists, and agencies.

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                • Urban Prototyping: From pilots to projects

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                  Learn the how-to of urban prototyping with Josette Melchor, Founder and Executive Director of Gray Area Foundation for the Arts (GAFFTA), a “diverse community of coders, artists, entrepreneurs, innovators, and civic leaders that believe in the potential for creatively applied digital art and technology to transform society” and George Zisiadis, an artist who recently installed the interactive “Pulse of the City” in Boston. Cal Poly Science Cafe at Kennedy Library, October 24, 2013.

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                  • Colin Evoy Sebestyen at Creative Code Meetup VI: UPLOAD.gif

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                    Artist, Colin Evoy Sebestyen's lightning talk presentation during Gray Area's Creative Code Meetup for the Upload.gif series newhive.com.com/upload . The UPLOAD.gif Series took place in San Francisco October 11-13th, 2013 produced as a partnership between GrayArea.org and Newhive.com . The Creative Code Meetup is a monthly meet up for Art and Tech in the Bay Area -- join the Creative Code Meetup here: http://www.meetup.com/grayarea/ Colin Evoy Sebestyen: https://vimeo.com/movecraft Colin Evoy Sebestyen is currently the motion graphics lead at the Academy of Art University, San Francisco, School of Web Design + New Media. He has a decade of experience in the design field, with an emphasis on music visualization, animation, presentation, and time-based media. He’s worked with clients both large and small, within the wide spectrum of agency work down to the boutique levels. Some professional highlights include producing design and animation at Apple, Inc., Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth”, commissions for IDN magazine, and the Cliff Bar 2-Mile Challenge campaign. He’s spoken at multiple design conferences and is a Cut & Paste competition winner. His real passion lies in audio/visual collaboration, and has produced visual design for a wide array of musicians as diverse as Snoop Dogg (AKA Lion), Bjork, Aesop Rock, Nonagon and Edison. His work, blog, links to source files, and media analysis can be found at www.movecraft.com

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                    • Caitlin Denny at Creative Code Meetup VI: UPLOAD.gif

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                      Artist, Caitlin Denny's lightning talk presentation during Gray Area's Creative Code Meetup for the Upload.gif series newhive.com.com/upload . The UPLOAD.gif Series took place in San Francisco October 11-13th, 2013 produced as a partnership between GrayArea.org and Newhive.com . The Creative Code Meetup is a monthly meet up for Art and Tech in the Bay Area -- join the Creative Code Meetup here: http://www.meetup.com/grayarea/ Caitlin Denny: http://www.caitlindenny.com Caitlin Denny is a visual artist, performer and software creator living in San Francisco. His vivid and energetic works are created through performing in interaction with experimental software processes, electronics, and physical materials. The complex and textured results highlight the relationship between the body, technical systems of representation, and fantasy. While primarily working with Live Video and Sound, his body of work incorporates Installation, Painting, Drawing and Net Art. As an extension to his studio practice, Andrew creates unique live video systems and custom video content for headlining musical acts.

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