A Japanese blogger id:gongoZ [J] released “Muscle Programming Language/Framework: Tython” on May 14. This Tython, released as an open source project, with Kinect enables you to program by body movements. In short, you can program by boxing in front of Kinect. See a video demo here, id:gongoZ could code to put out “Hello, World” only… Continue reading Code Boxing With Kinect And Tython, Muscle Programming Language
Many web companies and individuals are now running a nation-wide, virtual and real (Kyoto, Okayama and Fukuoka in West Japan) hackathon (collaborative programming marathon, see Wikipedia) named “Hack for Japan” [J] through this three days weekend (Monday is holiday, Spring equinox day, in Japan). Several companies are offering APIs, cloud hosting and data for the… Continue reading All Star Developers Running Hackathon To Build Disaster Info Services
The Japan’s biggest conference on Ruby, RubyKaigi 2008, is going to be held on 20th(fri)-22nd(sun) June. Tickets for main sessions are already sold out. However you can attend to sub-sessions, poster sessions without ticket. I will give a talk as a part of sub-session on 21st (in Japanese).