Making Magic Happen: Will Gallia
09 June 2020, 1:00 pm–2:00 pm
This is an online eventPlease find the link belowLondonWC1H 0BQUnited Kingdom
Making Magic Happen is a weekly lecture series featuring talks from artists, programmers, developers and technologists. Lectures take place every Tuesday.
Our speakers give behind-the-scenes insight into how their design and technical skills have helped them make the magic happen in their respective fields of architecture, design, software development, fabrication, performance and interaction.
This series is organised by Jessica In, Skills coordinator of Design for Performance & Interaction MArch.
Will Gallia is a computer programmer who runs the lab and blog stillatplay. He writes software in a range of languages and environments for a number of platforms, from servers to microprocessors and everywhere in between.
Will started programming during his time at Goldsmiths University, studying Creative Computing and then went on to do an MSc in Visual Information Processing at Imperial College London.
Image: I.F.L.Y. by Qiuyan Da and Jingcheng Xie, Design for Performance & Interaction students 2019.