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Physical Programming: Exploring visual programming and basic electronics within a design environment.
Physical Programming is a Technology Toolkit for Industrial Design students from RMIT School of Architecture and Design. It provides students with an opportunity to explore programming techniques and basic electronics within a design environment. Students will investigate embedded technology, including wearable devices, intelligent products and immersive environments. The subject uses software and hardware tools designed specifically for artists and designers. Many of these tools are open source and freely available for download.
This site acts as a point of contact for students outside of class time and provides a public presence for the student work and course material. It is based on MediaWiki, the free software wiki package originally written for Wikipedia. To add content or edit information on this site simply login/create an account.