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Responsive Imagery and Dynamic Art (Flash, SVG and Canvas)

Wednesday, February 9, 2011 at 6:30pm
Washtenaw Community College
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An overview of in-browser drawing technologies for practical and artistic purposes. The presentation is intended for designers and developers interested in visualizing data or creating dynamic imagery. David will cover the pros and cons of using Flash, SVG and canvas without getting too deep in code. He will also look at some of the available libraries and the work of people at the forefront of these technologies.

Background

Growing up in rural Michigan, David was forced to choose between sports and computers... he chose computers. In high school he was one of the popular kids, holding the coveted title of "President of the Computer Club."

In college, David studied Spanish, focusing on the culture and literature of Latin America. He later earned a Masters Degree in Intercultural Studies.

By day, David is a web designer and developer with an overactive interest in photography. At night, he annoys his wife and puts his daughter to sleep by writing electronic music and talking about technology.

Cost

The meeting is free, but since we have limited space, everyone is required to register online.

Location

The meeting will not be in our regular meeting space at the college, rather we will be meeting in the Great Lakes Training Center, Room 202 on the second floor. Check the campus map for directions.

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Wednesday, February 9, 2011
6:30pm

Washtenaw Community College
4800 East Huron River Drive, Great Lakes Training Center, Room 202, 2nd Floor
Ann Arbor, MI, 48105-4800, United States of America

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