RjDj Sprint Lab: MAKE!

23 Sep 2009

Join this hands-on session to compose a RjDj scene, ready-to-roll on your iPhone. Your assisted by Florian Waldner of Reality Jocky Ltd. and Harold Schellinx of Ookoi . If you want to learn how to make music that plays in RjDj, come along to this great music lab.

We have space for max. 20 participants. Please RSVP for the afternoon session or use the 'count me in' button.

Ookoi and Mediamatic are hosting this RjDj Sprint Lab.

Program RjDj Sprint Lab
Wednesday, 23 September

  • 10:00 – 12:00 Presentation about RjDj, developing ideas and looking at techniques at the Mediamatic Camp Site. Open to all PICNIC visitors (max. 40 people) RSVP .
  • 12:00 – 13:00 Break
  • 12:30 – 17:00 Develop your own RjDj scene in the Mediamatic Camp Site. Please RSVP separately. This session is open to max. 20 participants.

For the afternoon session: please take your laptop + iPhone or iPod Touch.

Florian Waldner of Reality Jocky Ltd. and Harold Schellinx

As this is a mini sprint Harold and Florian will offer a basic scene to work on (changing it, adding to it). At the end of the day you'll have a working RjDj scene on your iPhone.

The RjDj Sprint Lab is a collaboration between Harold Schellinx / Ookoi, Reality Jocky Ltd and Mediamatic. If you are interested in joining the afternoon session of the lab, please rsvp at 'count me in' button. More information: call us at Mediamatic +31 - (0)20 6389901 or mail to info [at] mediamatic.net

RjDj sprint at Mediamatic
Later this year we will offer a full 24 hours RjDj sprint workshop at Mediamatic. If you become 'fan' of this Lab we will keep you posted!

PICNIC labs are part of the wildly buzzing PICNIC Festival. They bring together international thinkers and makers in an intense co-creation process, advancing the field by combining very diverse expertise & experiences in a playful setting. There will be Labs on sustainability, augmented cities, alternative money systems and more. Labs kick-off with a plenary panel (THINK), then go off into an invitation-only intense hands-on making session (MAKE) and present their results at the main conference hall (PITCH).