Spacebrew at CHI-NYC

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Spacebrew Workshop at the CHI-NYC event last Thursday. We greatly enjoyed participating in the event, sharing with you about the LAB’s design process and leading the hands-on Spacebrew workshop. We hope that you found the workshop worth your time and effort.

We are sorry about the technical difficulties, such as having my laptop crash on numerous occasions during the workshop. That said, it seemed like we were able to get most everyone to connect their sketches to one of the other apps running the space.

Below I’ve included the Spacebrew presentation that we shared during the workshop. This presentation features an overview of how Spacebrew works, followed by the workshop slides. If you want more information, tutorials, or code associated to Spacebrew just checkout the  website website or Github repo.

Here is the final Processing sketch, which includes all Spacebrew functionality baked in.

Learn to Set-up a Local Server: Workshop at MAD

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We are excited to announce our next Spacebrew workshop  at the Museum of Art and Design (MAD) on this coming Saturday, June 1st. This jam session is the third and last installment of our workshop series that is part of the After the Museum exhibit.

This time around, we'll teach you how to set-up your own Spacebrew sever. Anyone is welcome to join, familiarity with Spacebrew and attendance to previous workshops from this series is not required. That said, some experience with coding and using a computer terminal or console application will be helpful.

Just like our previous sessions, everyone who signs up will get complimentary entrance to the museum. Spots are limited so sign-up todayWe're looking forward to seeing you there.