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On Mar 3 Charles Bess wrote: Programming Interactivity, by Joshua Noble; O'Reilly Media
This huge book (the PDF I was reading weighed in at over 700 pages) appears to be targeted at the non-technical hobbyist or possibly an artist or designer covering the basics of programming, Arduino Microcontroller environment, Processing (subset of Java and IDE) and openFrameworks. It even has some circuits for the hobbiest building with embedded devices. The main focus is interaction design, looking at how to enable better computer/human interaction from a technical perspective. Full Review  >

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