Greg Dorsainville

Living the Science Life

Category / Video and the Open Web

April 2, 2011

[VATOW] Tubeyloops update

Now, for a tubeyloops update. I was fortunate to be one of the projects included at the ButterCamp event, surprisingly so, because I attended thinking I was going to be a spectator/helper, and instead I was lucky enough to be paired with a talented programmer from Boston’s Bocoup. Rick Waldron ( one of the minds …

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April 2, 2011

[VATOW] buttercamp 2011

It has been a week since buttercamp 2011 at ITP and my mind is still trying to wrap around its impact. Buttercamp was an attempt by the makers and advocates of the javascript library popcorn.js to teach individuals its vast possibilities, primarily in expanding the toolkit available to filmmakers and to get feedback on the …

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February 24, 2011

[vatow] Project proposal

I have been working with video and animation at my job and on my own for the past four years, so it came as a surprise how difficult it was to come up with a project for Video and the Open Web. It stems from how limited my understanding of what video is; something that …

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February 21, 2011

Brushing up on hmtl and css

I am brushing up on my web coding and good gracious did it have some serious holes in it. That is what happens when you learn web design on your own. Lynda.com all day. I am taking a very interesting course this semester at ITP titled video and the open web taught by mozilla employee …

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