Programming the world

Taylor and Francis
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Berry Rodney et al. 2006, 'Programming in the world', Taylor and Francis, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 36-48.
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Over eight years of working with computers, a recurring problem has been what to do when existing tools fail to grow along with artistic ideas. Having failed to become skilled at programming, I have repeatedly sought ways to deal with this problem. I describe my experience of working with programmers and my adoption of various visual programming tools. I also describe some of the territories I have crossed in pondering the concepts of programming and computation, especially in regard to augmented reality. I also describe my group's recent work in augmented reality and music, as well as a promising approach to augmented reality authoring.
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