Programming generative art, also known as creative coding, is often a trial-and-error process, combining creativity and logic to present something aesthetic. However, creative coding has a high barrier to entry due to the breadth of knowledge and coding skills required. This talk aims to lower that barrier for you to take home and practice creative coding.
Xavier's focuses on high-impact, real-time data visualisation, data-driven engineering, and design at CSIRO Data61. His recent work on CSIRO's TraNSIT was recommended by the Office of Northern Australia. In his spare time, he fiddles with generative art, code, and a bit of interactive installations. He dreams to be able to print chocolate directly in the oven one day with code.