Welcome to OF in Fukuoka!
Here are some details about workshop / talk / performance of openFrameworks held at Ohashi Campus, Kyushu University, organized by sadmb, co-hosted by snlab.
You can also see the achievements from OF fukuoka wiki page.

What's OF in Fukuoka?

This 2.5 day workshop is an introduction to openFrameworks, a cross-platform C++ library for creative coding. It will be a chance to experiment with building new systems for interaction that move away from the screen and into physical space. This workshop is designed for artists, designers and hackers alike.

The workshop will be lead by Zach Lieberman, one of the co-creators of openframeworks.


19.6.2009 (Fri) 19:00 - 20:30
Zachary will give a talk about the history of openframeworks and performance of the Manual Input Sessions. Admission FREE!!
20.6.2009 (Sat) 10:00 - 18:00
The workshop will offer a thorough introduction to the library, as well as cover the fundamentals of computer vision, signal processing and interfacing with physical devices, via arduino / firmata. In addition, ofxIphone, which allows iphone development in OF will be discussed.
21.6.2009 (Sun) 10:00 - 18:00
Participants will work collaboratively to code creative and expressive prototypes based on these approaches above.


19.6.2009 - Multi-Porpose Building at Ohashi campus of Kyushu University. Admission FREE Map
20-21.6.2009 - Workshop room, Building No.7 at Ohashi campus of Kyushu University. The charge ¥3000 for participation. Map


Participants MUST have a basic knowledge of programming (not necessarily c++, but languages such as actionscript, javascript, or java/processing).
Please bring Laptop computer to participe workshop.
The workshop will be taught in English, but with some support for translation.

The charge ¥3000 to participate.
There is limit on participants, please contact to participate.

Please install openFrameworks on your PC or Mac.
To install openFrameworks, see below:


Zachary Lieberman

Zachary Lieberman's work uses technology in a playful and enigmatic way to explore the nature of communication and the delicate boundary between the visible and the invisible. He creates performances, installations, and on-line works that investigate gestural input, augmentation of the body, and kinetic response.


his recent works:
Augmented Reality Magic 1.0 with Marco Tempest.
lights on with Daito Manabe.