[Baypiggies] PyGameSF meetup Wednesday January 14th 7pm @ Metreon San Francisco

Harry Tormey slander at unworkable.org
Tue Jan 13 03:18:26 CET 2009

Hi All,
just writing to say that this months PyGameSF meet up is on Wednesday
January 14th from 7pm at the Metreon food court in San Francisco. This
month's presentations are:

-Andrew Turley .Using Open Sound Control for Flexible Interfaces. 

Notes: Last month Andrew was sick and could not give his presentation
hence the repeat announce.

About: Open Sound Control is an address-based communication
protocol. Originally conceived as a replacement for MIDI, OSC is
flexible enough to server be useful for many different types of
applications. And because OSC libraries and implementations exist for
many platforms and programming languages, it is trivial to add OSC
support to a program. This talk will provide an overview of OSC in
general, a survey of several OSC implementations (including at least
on for Python), and a discussion of writing programs that use OSC and
adding OSC support to existing programs. As an example of OSC
programming for game control, there will also be a demo of the latest
version of Unicorn Vs. Dolphin which can now be controlled using
iPhones or iPod Touches running TouchOSC.

-Niall O'Higgins "intothebin.com: how to show an image for anything"

About: IntoTheBin.com is a Web 2.0 site - complete with REST API - for
expressing your dislike of things.  Implemented in Python, JavaScript,
SVG and SQLite, we leverage Freebase's "DNS for things" to show an
amusing image for arbitrary entities.

PyGame SF is an informal group meet up in San Francisco for Software
engineers interested in python, OpenGL, audio, pygame, SDL,
programming and generally anything to do with multimedia development.
The format of our meetings typically involve several people giving
presentations on projects they are developing followed by
group discussion and feedback.

If anyone else would like to give a micro presentation, show demos or
just talk about what they are doing or generally give examples of any
relevant software they are working on please feel free to head along.

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Harry Tormey

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