SFPC: Day 59 - Wednesday
Worked on connecting Processing and Open Frameworks in Caitlin’s class today.
Today: P. Comp
Caitlin’s physical computing class this morning, our last with her. She put together a nice repo of class sketchesthat can be found here..
We worked on using Open Frameworks to control inputs to an Arduino board.
We also created a sketch in Open Frameworks to work with OSC data.
At the end of class, we thanked Caitlin and said goodbye. It went by so fast! I wish I’d been able to engage the class in a deeper way, but life happens.
Didn’t sleep well last night, so I spent the afternoon hanging out on the couch. Messing with the blog, trying to figure out how to make a book from it. That’s what I’d like to do for my final project, but it’s seeming less and less feasible.
I can’t help but feel like these last weeks at SFPC feel a bit anticlimactic, but there are other factors involved. Love-life stuff, I guess. I’m also not doing a final project, I don’t think. I haven’t been as present here as I maybe could’ve or should’ve been if I hadn’t began and ended a tumultuous one month fling in the time that I was here.
Feeling beat today, but I think I’m coming through it as I type this. Going to get dumplings with a friend later, and then I’m going to go home and play the guitar.
Tomorrow a Dallas friend is in town and she’s having a get together at a bar. Should be fun.
Still looking for a permanent place in NYC. This weekend Nate and I are looking at another place in Bushwick.
That’s all for today. I’m bushed.
Southwest turkey wrap from Hana Market on Wyckoff, yummmmmmm.
Shanghai Joe’s in Chinatown. Dumplings.