A Thousand Particles
Saturday, Sep 10, 2016
Making things move… millions of them. Applying the basics of physics and geometry to particle systems to observe emergent movements and behaviors.
BERNARDO SCHORR - Bernardo is a New York City based Creative Technologist. Originally from Brazil, he has worked on robots, installations, immersive environments, heartbeat pillows and data visualization pieces. As a researcher and educator he has published papers in various conferences and exhibited work in Brazil and in the U.S. He also makes pitch black coffee and amazing pancakes. He currently is part-time faculty at the MFA Design & Technology program at Parsons' The New School for Design. bernardoschorr.com
the Metropolitan Exchange, 33 Flatbush Ave, 4th Floor, Brooklyn, New York, 11217 (Map)
Animation is all about things that move... And code is all about numbers. In this class we'll understand the principles that govern the motion of real world objects and how they can be simulated through code. We'll use Physics and Mathematics to make thousands of particles move in different ways... And learn what happens when we apply gravity, attraction/repulsion, waves and other effects. Expect to learn a little about C++, Newton and Trigonometry.
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10:00 -11:00 free Intro hour
11:00 -12:00 My first particle class
13:00 -14:00 Oscillation and Harmony
14:00 -16:00 Gravity and other forces
16:00 -17:00 Particles and Particle Systems