Golan shared with us some thoughts after the event:
Thank you soooo much for your terrific and generous support last month for our Raspberry Pi + OpenFrameworks workshop. About 40 people learned how to program RPi’s over the weekend. We’re still sorting through the documentation but are pleased to share some photos from the event.
“Creative Coding on the RaspberryPi with openFrameworks” was a workshop held at the Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, 11-13 October 2013. Organized with support from Adafruit, the CMU College of Fine Arts, the CMU Robotics Institute, and the CMU School of Art.
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