BeJS #16: Your code has stories to tell (Covid Safe Ticket mandatory)
B2A solutions and Silversquare are happy to invite you for BeJS#16: Your code has stories to tell which will happen on the 24th of November from 18:30 at Silversquare Bailli (Avenue Louise 231, 1050 Bruxelles).
Yes... this is not an online event! We are finally going back to our in-person events. To ensure the environment is safe for everyone the Covid Safe Ticket will be mandatory for all attendees.
=> 18:30 : Meets And greets
=> 19:00: Your code has stories to tell presented by Karim Maaloul
In this talk, Karim tells you about his tips and tricks to make things move organically. He explains how to transform a bunch of cubes into cute animals, how to morph a simple plane into a stormy sky and walks you through disturbing 3D places you'll love to visit.
Co-founder and creative director of EPIC Agency. Karim is a former children books author and illustrator who believes in the power of a good story. Through interactivity and real-time animation, he uses creative coding to immerse people in his narratives.
His codepens and tutorials are regularly used by beginners as a starting point to learn three.js and create their own interactive pieces.
Website : https://www.epic.net
Codepen : https://codepen.io/Yakudoo
In order to provide you with the best experience possible, we decided to add some rules, so that everyone can enjoy the meetup :
- Our meetups have a limited capacity of 50 persons.
- In order to attend you have to RSVP on meetup
- Members of the community who RSVP and then don't show up three times will be removed from the group. ( As we have limited capacity we would like to avoid people not being able to attend because others RSVPed yes and did not show up... If you're not coming please RSVP no so that people in the waiting list can attend)
- Everyone is more than welcome to help, propose or share Ideas with the BeJS team. You can contact us on : [masked]