Thursday, Oct 6
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
ATLAS BTU Lab (located in room 113)
The ATLAS Institute welcomes musician David Zicarelli, CEO and founder of the interactive media arts software company Cycling ’74, for an ATLAS AMA (Ask Me Anything) conversation. This will be fun! (Among other amusements, in 2002 David published a paper in Computer Music Journal titled, “How I Learned to Love a Program That Does Nothing“).
Cycling ’74 is known for Max, the visual programming language for the music and multimedia. Born of the desire to give musicians and artists the ability to create software using intuitive interactive tools, Max connects objects with virtual patch cords to create interactive sounds, graphics, and custom effects.