Over the past 10 years, Processing has become the programming language of choice for anyone making technology art, whether it’s at NYU’s ITP program or the more adventurous corners of the New York Times. We talked with Casey Reas — half of the Processing team and a reknowned computer artist in his own right — about his favorite UI tricks and the upcoming release of Processing 2.0.
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