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Featuring people who are creating awesome and interesting things that skirt the boundaries between science and art. Join us for the ride.

Bringing Art and Technology Together - Inspire. Create. Evolve. Ryan Price

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Featuring people who are creating awesome and interesting things that skirt the boundaries between science and art. Join us for the ride.

    BATT Podcast 8: Source Code B46

    BATT Podcast 8: Source Code B46

    batt_008_sourcecode.mp3 batt_008_sourcecode.ogg Source Code B46 is a course for K-5 students that helps them transform a written story into an animated movie by software coding. They recently had a screening of films selected as the best in their class by peer review - the best few films from each class was screened at Otronicon and rated by a panel of judges on: statement of problem, plot, animation and creativity. The films were created by students in 3rd, 4th and 5th grade in Central Florida during a 16-week course taught one hour at a time. This interview features Kyle C Steele and Sarah Stack, co-founders of the company, as well as a quick comment from fellow judge Bethany Borden of Orlando indie game studio Outhouse Games. We also play the inspirational radio play by vision-impaired third-grader Addison, titled "A Very Hard Project". Mentioned in this podcast 2015 Student Movie Nominees @SourceCodeB46 SCB46 Facebook SCB46 YouTube Inspiration Alice Programming Language Otronicon Orlando Science Center Khan Academy Computer Programming Outhouse Games Here's a story written and programmed completely w/ #audio by a 3rd grader in #Orlando #STEM http://t.co/Onzzu5VatD pic.twitter.com/oHiIDhqBu4— Bethany Borden (@Bthny80Borden) January 19, 2015 Follow us Kyle Christian Steele on LinkedIn @kylecsteele Sarah Stack on LinkedIn @gardengirldigs Bethany Borden @Bthny80Borden Kathryn's Sappho Chocolates @KathrynLNeel Ryan Price @liberatr

    BATT Podcast 7: David Thomas Moran

    BATT Podcast 7: David Thomas Moran

    batt_007_david.mp3 batt_007_david.ogg David Thomas Moran is a phoneur, photographer and game designer currently involved in the TRansit Interpretation Project who works in urban mobile games, creative place making, and has many interesting projects. He is pursuing an MFA from UCF in Emerging Media. In this episode we also discuss how the creative community in Orlando can reach out to the West and the tourist-driven part of our economy. Mentioned in this podcast The Corridor Project Walk On By (Orlando Weekly) Dead Quare Walking (also on Instagram) Emerging Media - Digital Media MFA PLAY ME crowdfunding campaign (#playmeorlando) The Art Starter Festival Bay Mall Artisan Market Orlando Days + Nights "Dangerous By Design" presentation on YouTube from Processing Orlando Inspiration Orlando's Coming-of-Age Tale: How the City's Technology Industry is Garnering National Attention aka Familab on NPR! Featuring Kathryn Ludology in Games Flaneurs and Phoneurs Otronicon Instagrammers Orlando @IGers_Orlando Google Ingress Mary Flanagan SNAP! Space Cardboard Art Festival Polaroid Fotobar Morse Museum in Winter Park The Artistic Hand Gallery and Studio Improv Classes at SAK Picks of the Week Alone Together: Why We Expect More from Technology and Less from Each Other Rise of the Videogame Zinesters: How Freaks, Normals, Amateurs, Artists, Dreamers, Drop-outs, Queers, Housewives, and People Like You Are Taking Back an Art Form JBON Clothing Co - "Bath Salts" T-Shirt Jim Henson: The Biography Fighting Traffic: The Dawn of the Motor Age in the American City (Inside Technology) Piq Chocolates from MIT Alumni Music: "5 dan b4g, in C" by junior85 (Tony Higgins) via Vimeo Music Store Follow us @wideanglefocus on Instagram @wideanglefocus on Twitter David on Tumblr David on the Watermark TRIP on SoundCloud Kathryn's Latest Poem Hire Kathryn on LinkedIn @KathrynLNeel Ryan Price @liberatr

    BATT Podcast 6: Nathan Selikoff

    BATT Podcast 6: Nathan Selikoff

    batt_006_nathanselikoff.mp3 batt_006_nathanselikoff.ogg Nathan Selikoff is a visual artist who employs computer programming and math to create visual art, interactive pieces, sculptures and even live performances with musicians. We discuss how he came to be a professional artist, and how others can follow his example. Mentioned in this podcast Nathan Selikoff Buy Nathan's Prints Beautiful Chaos - Leap Motion Controller App Inspiration Creators Project Creative Applications Network Eyeo Festival on Vimeo Leaders in Software and Art Conference Video INST-INT - interactive installations Picks of the Week Sophia Brueckner Retro Admiral Television with Raspberry Pi and XBMC BarCamp Deland Digital Arts - Stetson University Indie Game The Movie Extra Lives: Why Video Games Matter Music: "Recruitment Gong (Instrumental)" by BOPD (Jason Sigal) via Vimeo Music Store Follow us @nselikoff on Twitter Processing Orlando Meetup Hire Nathan Hire Kathryn on LinkedIn @KathrynLNeel Ryan Price @liberatr

    BATT Podcast 5: Artful.ly

    BATT Podcast 5: Artful.ly

    batt_005_artfully.mp3 batt_005_artfully.ogg Fractured Atlas' Selena Juneau-Vogel joins us to discuss open source Arts SAAS product Artful.ly. The app is one of the many services provided by Fractured Atlas, including insurance for artists, fiscal sponsorship, and a number of technology features to empower individuals or groups of artists. Mentioned in this podcast: Fractured Atlas Artful.ly Artful.ly on GitHub Artful.ly Development Roadmap Fast Company Artful.ly on Wall Street Journal Inspiration: Ian David Moss - Createquity Urban ReThink Music: "Stickybee" by Josh Woodward (CCBY) via Vimeo Music Store Follow us: @artfullyhq on Twitter Fractured Atlas Facebook Hire Kathryn on LinkedIn @KathrynLNeel Ryan Price @liberatr

    BATT Podcast 3: Necole Pynn

    BATT Podcast 3: Necole Pynn

    batt_003_necole.mp3 batt_003_necole.ogg In this podcast, we interrogate Necole and the group on a BATT Conference, the Hierarchy of Creatitivy, mention TED's Hole in the Wall, Innovation Washing, and more. Mentioned in this podcast: Kathryn's Creativity Workshop at Tweet Speak Symiosys Real World Laboratory Arts and Cultural Alliance of Central Florida Taylor's Hierarchy of Creativity Engineering Creativity Sugata Mitra: Build a School in the Cloud Stephen Pressfield National Novel Writing Month Taylor's Hierarchy of Creativity Expressive Creativity Technical Creativity Inventive Creativity Innovative Creativity Emergent Creativity Inspiration: The 39 Steps at the 2013 Orlando Fringe Festival (Facebook) Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival Urban ReThink BarCampOrlando, May 18th, 2013 Music: Old Dam Tucker by Uncle Dave Macon Follow us: Necole Pynn @neekono Hire Kathryn on LinkedIn @KathrynLNeel Ryan Price @liberatr

    BATT Podcast 2: Bachalier

    BATT Podcast 2: Bachalier

    batt_002_bachalier.mp3 batt_002_bachalier.ogg In this episode, hear about Kathryn's new outlet on Tweet Speak Poetry, Ryan's play at the Fringe, Processing, Github and welcoming communities. Mentioned in this podcast: Tweet Speak Poetry Journey into Poetry: Kathryn Neel Harvard Business Review: How Intelligent Constraints Drive Creativity The 39 Steps at the 2013 Orlando Fringe Festival (Facebook) Processing Orlando Meetup Inspiration: David Charles, Chair, Department of Theatre and Dance at Rollins College Orlando International Fringe Theatre Festival Processing.org FamiLAB Urban ReThink BarCampOrlando GitHub Music: Naughty Hula Eyes by Andy Iona and his Islanders Follow us: Hire Kathryn on LinkedIn @KathrynLNeel Kathryn on GitHub Ryan Price @liberatr Ryan on GitHub

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