1. How did you start with
programming, and what was the main motivation to learn it? Which language
did you choose and why?
So, first if the 'design problem' can be solved by existing software, or by rebuilding existing software, this saves a lot of time and money. But if this is not possible, then the software has to come from a third party, specially written for its purpose.
Self-made programs seem to bring a 'game' aspect to graphic design life?
How did you use programming knowledge in both 'for fun' and commissioned
projects? Are your projects published on the internet? If so, where? (URL)
while programming for commissions i discover things that have
want the machine to do the work for me. So that's how it looks.
Are you attracted to exploit the programming in order to help the computer
become more 'human' or 'emotional' (to simulate our 5 senses)? What are
thought about this a lot. Actually, the question was the base from my
own graduation project (called 'Humanizing the unhuman". I didn't
stop at the five senses, but tried to go further with 'senses' that I
called 'Fuzzy Perception' (imagination, communication, awareness etc.).
After researching the human and machine perception, the Theory of automata,
Artificial Intelligence up to the Human-machine relationship (with psychophysical
methods) one of the key questions came from the possibility theory, which
in the case of media is a brain process. To make a very long
story short; Computers can act as ultimate obedience, or as a dynamical
system. The first is what you want, because the computer does what you
want it to do. But it gives the same output to everyone who does the same.
Pretty unhuman. The second makes the computers output unpredictable (press
a and you get b) but that comes much closer to how humans interact. The
impact of technology on our culture is no longer a matter of chance but
an issue of choice. This culture is for a big part a result of the technologies
we choose to implement. We are at a point where the available technologies
now present infinite possibilities. The question is no longer 'What can
we do'? but 'What do we want'?
7. Can everyone learn how to create a programme? python.org gives the programming language and manuals for free for anyone interested
its easy. But the learning is boring, it gets fun ones you know how to