openFrameworks vs. Python

October 22nd, 2008 · 1 Comment · Creative Coding

If you know Processing you may have heard of openFrameworks. openFrameworks is a library for »creative coding« with regard to simplicity, performance and platform-independence. It is available in C++ featuring pre-compiled binaries and IDE projects for the major platforms (Mac OS X, Linux and Windows). However, during the work on my master’s thesis I have […]

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