This month Rick Waldron will teach us how to create interactive, immersive video experiences with HTML5 & Popcorn.js. Rick has been the lead developer on the Popcorn.js project, working with Mozilla & PBS to redefine the the online video experience.
Popcorn.js is an HTML5 Video Framework that allows users to mix dynamic web content with HTML video sources.
Check out Popcorn here: http://webmademovies.org.
Microsoft will provide pizza again. What a generous organization!
Talk begins aprox. 6:45-7:15pm
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