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Monthly Meetup—Impersonating Logo with Emacs Lisp

Monday, Jul 7, 2014
6:30 PM EDT (GMT-0400)

WeWork Soho West
8th floor lounge
69 Charlton St.
New York, NY 10014

As usual, we’ll be starting at 6:30 with pizza and beer!

Ray Puzio will be presenting on Emacs Mutant Anime Turtles: Impersonating Logo with Emacs Lisp:

Ray will show us his implementation of turtle graphics in emacs and take us under the shell to see how it works. Turtle graphics are a way of drawing pictures in which one provides a series of directions such as “move forward” or “turn left” to steer the pen. (The name comes from the fact that the original implementation involved a robotic turtle as output device controlled by the computer.) In addition to providing a useful and entertaining program, this talk will also discuss techniques of pbm graphics and the use of a buffer for drawing which are of general use when doing graphics in emacs.