Processing 1

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Brigit Lichtenegger

Naam Station

Interaction Station

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Processing is a programming language that was created to serve as a software sketchbook and to teach programming fundamentals in a visual context. Processing can be used to create interactive video, sound, computer generated animations, games, and many more things.

This lesson is an introduction to Processing, and programming in a visual context.


You learn what Processing can be used for, and the basics of programming. At the end of this instruction you know:

the basic functions in the interface of the Processing development environment. to draw and animate with code create interaction using keyboard and mouse the joy of using the ‘random’ funtion to load, draw and save images what variables, functions and conditional statements are



computer instruction class




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