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Adam Mazurick
Posted Dec 22 - Read on Facebook

It’s our Final Framer Toronto Meet-up of 2016. Please join us for our meet-up @connectedlab. We’ve switched up the topics of discussion a bit. Be sure to bring your LapTop to build your first VR Prototype.

1. Scroll Components (15 Minutes). How to work with the Scroll Component.

2. Prototyping for emerging technologies (AR/VR). Specifically Mixed Reality on Microsoft Hololens. (35 minutes)

New features like Flows and Cloud will be the subjects of our new expanded series going on in January. I am pleased to announced that we have acquired FramerJSToronto.com and will be posting all our lectures there started January 1st of Q1 where you can learn Framer for Free and ask questions.

Monthly Framer JS Meetups were an experiment for us in 2016. We’ve had tremendous interest in Framer in Toronto. In 2017 Connected Lab has really ramped-up our commitment to prototyping and motion. Our 2017 Meetups are going to be bigger and more comprehensive than ever before. We’ll explore the basics and advanced topics. One topic we will be exploring is how to use Framer to prototype interactions between software and physical hardware. This may be of interest to anyone who is curious about Prototyping for the Internet of Things.

We will be building a toy that uses NLP Inputs, Arduino/Raspberry Pi serial connections and Firebase to make a prototype that can communicate with hardware. We will look at how to use Framer in such a workflow.

We will also be exploring how to prototype a PS4 Menu and Interaction with Framer.

Thank you to everyone who made Framer Toronto such a huge success this year. We look forward to an epic 2017 and invite you to join us. As always, free food, swag and fun!

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Nicolai Oluf Hemdrup

Look forward Framer meetups in 2017 - Torronto

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