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James George

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Courses Taught: From Pixels to Polygons: Coding 3D Worlds
Emerging Processes in Video Art
Computer Vision with OpenFrameworks
Computational Portraiture

James George (@obviousjim) is an artist using code to critically interact with the social and perceptual implications of emerging technology. His installations, films, and mobile applications have been exhibited internationally, most recently at The Creators Project (New York 2011), DHUB (Barcelona, 2011), Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media (Yamaguchi, Japan 2012), and Alpha-ville Festival (London, UK). Through sharing his software open source and teaching workshops he enables others to express themselves using the tools he develops. George is artist in residence at Eyebeam Art+Technology center, a fellow at Carnegie Mellon University's STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, creator of the RGBDToolkit, ofxAddons.com website, and a contributor to the openFrameworks platform.
His installations, collaborations, and workshops have been presented at Beall Center for Art and Technology (USA 2010), and Festival Enter (Czech Republic 2011) and DHUB Museum (Barcelona, Spain 2011), Coded Cultures (Vienna, 2011) , and The Creators Project Event (New York, 2011). This year he lead software development to create permanent installations for the University of Central Florida and the National Maritime Museum in London.