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Hallo Physical Computing « Physical Computing

Hallo Physical Computing

Hallo Welt.

Nach einem gescheiterten Versuch vor knapp 2 Jahren, soll es diesmal endlich was werden mit dieser Seite… dieser… was zum Henker ist denn Physical Computing?

Ja, da weiß selbst die deutsche Wikipedia nicht so recht was mit anzufangen. Macht nichts, wir wissen ja schließlich worum es geht, denn Physical Computing, dass ist…

  • ein Fach, was man entweder am ITP in New York oder aber an der Fachhochschule in Potsdam studieren kann
  • ein Buch von Dan O’Sullivan und Tom Igoe
  • eine Idee, bei der es darum geht die digitale Welt mit realen Objekten zu kombinieren
  • jede Menge lustige Kabel, LEDs und ein bisschen Code
  • die Möglichkeit großartige Dinge selbst zu bauen

Klingt soweit nicht uninteressant? Dann bleibt am Ball!

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