Came here because I’m seriously moved by what the framework is capable of, and the expressivity one gets with OPENRNDR in particular and Kotlin in general. Thanks for your dedication.
I work on generative systems mainly for myself and loved ones, and it would be great to learn more about OPENRNDR so I can develop more tools for my local community, here in Mexico City, and hopefully give back to this awesome community-driven project in every possible way (I’m thinking maybe spanish translation of the guide, for starters, if it’s something on the checklist).
Currently employing OPENRNDR in a project that involves digitization of mexican traditional textile works for archiving purposes at THE museum for such a task, happy to share with you my excitement!
That’s it for now. Hope all of you are well.