Creative Computing - QM4680
Queen Mary University of London
Creative computing combines creative and technical skills and knowledge in the digital world. How can we understand, use and develop technology to support creative practice? Can computers be creative?
This taster day will allow students to explore the creativity and problem-solving found both in design/visual arts as well as computing.
Students will be encouraged to provide visual and technical solutions during hands-on coding sessions using Processing, plus there will be mini-lectures to show how universities are investigating this exciting field. You will also meet staff and some of our existing undergraduate students to get a feel for life with us.
You do not need any prior programming experience; however, if you are looking to study Computer Science, with less interest in visual creativity, you may be better suited to apply to the Queen Mary computer science/electronic engineering taster day on 4 April 2018 instead.