(Though, if you want to set up SSL via SNI, you still need to go through Google Apps, but I like the direction Google is taking with this.)
DevArt is proud to present the Top 10 Finalists in this year's competition. Check out the DevArt gallery to see these inspiring art projects made with code including the shortlist of potential winners.
The judges deliberated over proposal from creative coders all over the world, from Los Angeles and Columbia to Paris, Moscow and Tokyo. They were truly inspired by how the ideas challenged the perception of what art and code can be.
Ten will soon become one - to be announced on or around April 17 - and the lucky winning creative coder will have their DevArt proposal realised as an interactive installation in the Barbican this summer. Watch this space! #DevArt
- Open UniversitySoftware Development (MSc), 2011 - present
- American University in CairoMechanical Engineering
- University of PortsmouthEntertainment Technology, 2003 - 2004
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