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This series of lessons originated as a coorporation between the Drawing Station and Interaction Station.
 
This series of lessons originated as a coorporation between the Drawing Station and Interaction Station.
It gives the student an introduction to conditional design drawing technique, and programming fundemantals. The underlying theme is Analog & Digital. What is the essential difference between giving an assignment to a human, as opposed to a computer? (See also: [http://code-it.co.uk/unplugged/jamsandwich | Jam Sandwich Algorithm ]. And we start by using analog tehcniques (pen, paper, geo triangles), then step by step move to the computer, and end where we begun, in the analog domain, by using a pen plotter.
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It gives the student an introduction to conditional design drawing technique, and programming fundemantals. The underlying theme is Analog & Digital. What is the essential difference between giving an assignment to a human, as opposed to a computer? See also: [http://code-it.co.uk/unplugged/jamsandwich | Jam Sandwich Algorithm ]. And we start by using analog tehcniques (pen, paper, geo triangles), then step by step move to the computer, and end where we begun, in the analog domain, by using a pen plotter.
  
  

Revision as of 08:18, 26 September 2017

This series of lessons originated as a coorporation between the Drawing Station and Interaction Station. It gives the student an introduction to conditional design drawing technique, and programming fundemantals. The underlying theme is Analog & Digital. What is the essential difference between giving an assignment to a human, as opposed to a computer? See also: | Jam Sandwich Algorithm . And we start by using analog tehcniques (pen, paper, geo triangles), then step by step move to the computer, and end where we begun, in the analog domain, by using a pen plotter.