Creative Rust: Rust Linz, May 2021 - Lisa Passing

Creative Rust: Rust Linz, May 2021 - Lisa Passing

How do you write creative code in Rust? We'll take a look at some algorithms and tricks in the creative coding toolbox to get you started and use the nannou library to make them a (digital) reality.

We use programs to automate tasks or solve specific problems for us. Too seldomly we use it to create art or simply write playful programs just for the fun of it. How do you write creative code in Rust? I'm so glad you asked! We'll take a look at some algorithms and tricks in the creative coding toolbox to get you started and use the nannou library to make them a (digital) reality.

About Lisa Passing Lisa is a Berlin-based creative technologist, artist, and researcher. Her main obsessions are playful interactions with computers and creative uses of civic tech and data.

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