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Programming Interactivity

Book notes - Programming Interactivity 2nd Edition, by Joshua Noble published by O’Reilly.

Notes

Programming Interactivity, 2nd Edition - A Designer’s Guide to Processing, Arduino, and openFrameworks.

Table of Contents - Highlights

  • Chapter 1 Introducing Interaction Design
    • Programming for Interactivity
    • Design and Interaction
    • Art and Interaction
    • Data Exchange and Exploration
    • Working Process
  • Chapter 2 Programming Basics
  • Chapter 3 Processing
  • Chapter 4 Arduino
  • Chapter 5 Programming Revisited
  • Chapter 6 openFrameworks
    • Drawing in 2-D
    • Displaying Video Files and Images
  • Chapter 7 Physical Input
    • Interacting with Physical Controls
    • Thinking About Kinetics
    • Controlling Controls
    • Turning Knobs
    • Using Lights
    • Detecting Touch and Vibration
    • Detecting Proximity
    • Detecting Motion
    • Reading Distance
    • Detecting Forces and Tilt
    • Introducing I2C
  • Chapter 8 Programming Graphics
    • The Screen and Graphics
    • Math, Graphics, and Coordinate Systems
    • Drawing Strategies
    • Transformation Matrices
    • Creating Motion
    • Using Vectors
    • Using Graphical Controls
  • Chapter 9 Bitmaps and Pixels
  • Chapter 10 Sound and Audio
  • Chapter 11 Arduino and Feedback
  • Chapter 12 Protocols and Communication
  • Chapter 13 Graphics and OpenGL
    • Working with 3-D in Processing
    • 3-D in openFrameworks
    • Lighting in OpenGL
    • Blending Modes in OpenGL
    • Creating 3-D Objects in oF
    • Using Textures and Shading in Processing
  • Chapter 14 Motion and Gestures
    • OpenCV
    • Detecting Features with oF
    • Using OpenCV in Processing
    • Feature Tracking in Processing
    • Using Blob Tracking with Physics
    • Detecting Gestures
    • Capturing iOS gestures with oF
    • Touch with oF
    • Using the Microsoft Kinect
  • Chapter 15 Movement and Location
    • Using Software-Based Serial Ports
    • Understanding and Using GPS
  • Chapter 16 Spaces and Environments
    • Using Architecture and Space
    • Sensing Environmental Data
    • Using an XBee with Arduino
    • Placing Objects in 2-D
    • Using the X10 Protocol
    • Setting Up an RFID Sensor
    • Reading Heat and Humidity
    • Determine Position of an Object
  • Chapter 17 Further Resources

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