Open Frameworks on the iPhone

by Andy Polaine on March 27, 2009

in General

OpenFrameworks, the “C++ library for creative coding”, is starting to get a lot more use in interactive installations.

I haven’t had the time to have a dig around and play with it yet, but those I know who are using it seem to be producing some great work. I also haven’t dipped my toe into the lake of C, though apparently you can learn it in 5 days (ahem).

The new release is quite a restructure and includes several new libraries, but the biggest news in the latest release is that it now officially has support for the iPhone. More details and guides from Jeff Crouse and Memo Atken (who made the Jackson Pollock iPhone app in the video above).

No more excuses. Time to get my hands dirty with XCode.

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1 Adam Searle March 29, 2009 at 3:17 am

I’m trying to get into objective c for some iphone dev. Looks a bit scary at first, but worth pushing on

Indeed, time to get into xcode!

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