Processing for Android





... is an open source programming language and environment for people who want to create images, animations, and interactions. 



... is an open source operating system for devices that are packed with sensors, such as touchscreens, cameras, microphones, gps, accelerometers… 

... we just want to put those two things... together :-)


Part 1 : Hello World | Sat Sep 29th

Prerequisite: A previous workshop from Jesse, or previous experience with Processing/Programming

Note: an actual Android device is encouraged, but not necessary, as it is possible to program for the Emulator


We will start by making several 'Hello World' programs for the emulator and actual devices, showcasing how basic Processing code works when moved onto a different screen/processor, and how sensors are accessed and utilized.


Part 2 : Touch Me, Touch You | Sun Sep 30th


On this day, every participant will design and develop a small Android App. While participants are encouraged to come up with their own ideas as to what they want to develop over the course of this workshop (the more useful for your daily art practice the better), we will focus our interaction on creative applications using the touch screen and several sensors... 



Jesse Scott is a new media artist, producer, coder, designer, visualist, curator, writer, and blogger. 

He has used Processing to create live visuals, light up large led matrices, drive laser cutters, control 3D puppets, and make custom Android applications.



Please pre-register with

Workshop limited to 10 people


Participants encouraged to bring their own laptop, with the latest version of Processing downloaded and installed, along with the Android Developers SDK

If you are having issues, please contact Jesse in advance fo the workshop.



Workshops run from 1pm to 6pm at Open Design City (betahaus)

PrinzessinnenStr. 19-20, 10969, Berlin (U8 Moritzplatz)


€60 for non-members, and €40 for members





















































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