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Fluxus and Al-Jazari

Fluxus is a “game engine” for live coding audio and video in the scheme programming language. It can be used for VJing and audio/visual performances, where the code floats above the video output it is enacting.

Al-Jazari is a live coding environment written within Fluxus - live coding within live coding. You give robots
instructions for moving around a musical environment, only using the gamepad.

Here’s an illustrative, simple example of Al-Jazari in use:

Dave Griffiths, the creator of Al-Jazari and Fluxus will also be running an introductory workshop on the Friday as well as performing as part of slub along with Adrian Ward and Alex McLean.