A couple of months ago, I tinkered around with NodeJS on my local machine. After a while I got kinda addicted to the NodeJS Plattform for webservice (SOA) applications as well as Desktop Apps (Electron/NodeWebkit). Hence more complicated NodeJS experiments will start, I decided to set-up my own webserver environment for my (local) network with a Raspberry Pi 2 B. My tools of choice are:
- Raspian Jessie Lite from 2016-05-27
- GIT v2.1.4: Version control for source code
- NodeJS v6.2.0: for REST APIs and Websocket applications
- Nginx Webserver: Deliver static files, Reverse Proxy for NodeJS, and Load Balancing
- MySQL Server and Client: for Relational Databases
- PM2: NodeJS Process Manager for starting and stoping NodeJS Apps
- Nodeadmin: Admin Tool for MySQL (like PHPmyAdmin)
Let's get started:
Download Raspian Jessie Lite from the foundation website and write the image on your class 10 SD Card. For more information please read this tutorial (in German).
On May 2015, Myriel Milicevic invited me for a Guestlecture & Workshop on Artistic Human Plant Interfaces/Elektrobotanik for her Interfacing with Nature class at University of Applied Science Potsdam. The starting 90-120min lecture provided the students (in that case communication, product, and interface designer) an introduction about interfaces with plants. This includes viusal approaches as well as bio sensing projects.
Categories: english, Plants, Technologie art, Design, education, Interaction, My Experiments, nature, physical computing, processing, Programming, tutorials, workshop
During mid of 2013 until the beginning of 2014, Juliane Springsguth and me had the chance to develop a new game design hacking workshop format for teenagers (Mostly 8th graders around 13-15 years old) in cooperation with "Berufsorientierte Schulprojektwochen (BOP)" organized by the Media Education Institution WeTeK Berlin gGmbH.
Our objective was to generate a tangible and audiovisual output in shape of a Game (Art) installation during the workshop. Furthermore, our intention regarding those young participants was to empower them to express their ideas in a (media) technology driven environment. Officially the objective was that they get a first impression how a job as digital media worker could look like.
Categories: Design, english, Games, Programming Design, game design, interface design, My Experiments, physical computing, Programming, Teaching, tutorials
For almost more than a year I wanted to write a tutorial about how to create a speaker on a leaf. Unfortunately, I found no time to write one. I think it is now time to show you the video as an example and provide you the links for built your own leaf speaker
Long time ago I posted my last summary of my Twitter messages, however for me it is always a nice way to reexperience the developments of a time period. For this reason my most important Twitter messages from July 2013 until October 2014. Read more...
A small summary of my Twitter messages from February 2013- June 2013:
Categories: Design, english, Games, Generative Art, Interaction, mobile, Programming, Technologie art, books, cool stuff, Design, flash, Games, inspiration, Interaction, interface design, physical computing, Programming, tools, tutorials, video, web
A small summary of my Twitter messages from July 2012- January 2013:
Categories: Allgemein, Design, english, Games, Generative Art, Interaction, mobile, Programming, Technologie books, Design, flash, flex, fotografie, game design, interface design, mobile, physical computing, Programming, research, tools, tutorials, web
A small summary of my Twitter messages from February 2012- July 2012:
Categories: Design, english, Games, Interaction, mobile, Programming, Technologie Design, flash, Games, image processing, information design, Interaction, mobile, physical computing, processing, Programming, research, tracking, tutorials, web