07 Jul 2013 by Forrest Oliphant
I’m excited to be taking part of three events at Eyebeam NYC in the coming weeks:
July 12th - Open(Art) group exhibition opening. The exhibit will be up until August 10th.
July 13th - Educator media hacking workshop. We’ll be talking about potential ways to use hackable web apps in education.
July 15-19th - Animation workshop for teenagers. In this week-long workshop we’ll experiment with different kinds of animation with the goal of telling a larger story with small GIF animations.
I have been making some big changes in Meemoo, including one issue that has been open almost since the start of the project: nesting graphs inside other graphs. This is called a “macro” or “subgraph” in other environments, and is key to making big graphs more manageable. Here is a two-minute demo video, and you can try it out on the beta staging site.
see you in nyc!
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