Wouter Verweirder is a faculty member of the Technical University of West-Flanders (HOWEST), where he teaches multimedia and web development.
He is also owner of a company called "Happy Banana," where he works on web projects, mobile apps & interactive installations.
Currently, he's teaching programming in the Devine (Digital Design and Development) curriculum, a three-year creative bachelor course combining front- end development with design.
In his classes, students learn the basics of programming and advance to larger, experimental projects with NodeJS, ObjectiveC, OpenFrameworks, Arduino, ...
Hands-on experience is very important and his students get a lot of practical lab sessions as well as real world projects.
Join this session to see how you can interact with sensors, electronics or crowd data. I will show you how you can use basic principles to interact with the physical world.
Advisory: Stretch before and after.