[PD-announce] Fwd: NYC Blender Users's meeting: Sat. Mar. 7th 2pm
hans at eds.org
Tue Feb 24 18:06:11 CET 2009
Since he's showing Blender+ Pd, I thought I forward it here:
Begin forwarded message:
> From: Nick Porcaro <nick at porcaro.org>
> Date: February 21, 2009 7:55:49 PM EST
> To: Nick Porcaro <nick at porcaro.org>
> Subject: NYC Blender Users's meeting: Sat. Mar. 7th 2pm, Polytechnic
> University, Rogers Hall room 474
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> The New York City Blender User's Group http://www.blendernyc.org
> is holding a meeting at Polytechnic University, Brooklyn, in Rogers
> Hall room 474 at 2 pm.
> Saturday March 7th at 2 pm
> Directions: http://www.poly.edu/directions
> We have the space for 5 hours.
> I plan to make a presentation on the work I've been doing with the
> Blender Game Engine and
> Pure Data http://www.puredata.org in support of free improv art/
> music, and Daniel Houghton will
> be discussing his short film called Pitch:
> This gathering is for anyone interested in connecting or
> reconnecting to the Blender community
> in New York City. We encourage presentations of recent work, future
> projects, and ideas for collaboration.
> However, if you would like to attend simply to listen, please do.
> Blender http://www.blender.org is a free open source 3D content
> creation suite, available for all major operating systems under the
> GNU General Public License. It compares well to software like Maya or
> 3D Studio Max.
> If you want to see what Blender is capable of, see:
> Elephant's Dream: http://www.elephantsdream.org
> Big Buck Bunny: http://www.bigbuckbunny.org
> and Yo Frankie!: http://www.yofrankie.org
> These projects were all supported by the Blender Foundation,
> and you can download all the .blend files for these projects at
> the sites shown above. Yo Frankie! is particularly interesting
> in that it represents lots of recent improvements to the Blender Game
> Engine, enabling more advanced real time support.
> Hope to see you there!
> Please RSVP, as Polytechnic has asked me for a head count.
> - Nick Porcaro
Man has survived hitherto because he was too ignorant to know how to
realize his wishes. Now that he can realize them, he must either
change them, or perish. -William Carlos Williams
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