Project credits: http:itp.nyu.edu/bigscreens/
While it may not be nearly as kooky as calling Processing on the phone, I’ve been asked about checking e-mail from Processing several times this semester. So rather than try to dig up example code on the internets, I’ve quickly thrown together one that checks a POP account and/or sends mail via SMTP. It’s all done with Javamail.
Code snippets after the jump. . .
My class went to test their projects on the IAC video wall this week. The works in this video are by Young Cho, Hye Ki Min, and Ji-Sun Lee. The pieces in the photos below are by Daniel Liss and Lucia Jeesun Lee. All 15 projects will be on display in December. More to come!
I’m pleased to announce that we’re releasing the first version of The Most Pixels Ever, an open-source Java framework for spanning Processing sketches across multiple screens (developed with Chris Kairalla). This is an early version that has many limitations and needs a great deal of improvement, but it does work. The site isn’t complete, but the source is available, and there are a couple tutorials to help get your started.