I did a LiveCode workshop and also presented my video analysis tool project. Not too many people attended my workshop, but several people asked me about it during the conference. I also used this opportunity to create another LiveCode "first project" (i.e. a fun first project designed especially for people who have never programmed before). I called it "Travel the USA!" and I think it worked well.
The conference had a participatory theme. Presenters were encouraged to propose sessions that emphasized interaction and hands-on activities. This motivated me to create a beta tester web site for people interested in trying out my video analysis tool. I barely pulled off the development of this web site in time for my session, but it all worked well. I designed my one-hour session as a mini-workshop about my video analysis tool. And, I now have a way to easily give people access to the tool while also gathering some important usability data from people with real interest in doing video analysis. I used a delightful video called "A Toy Train in Space" to demonstrate my video analysis tool - check it out:
As always, I enjoy introducing people who have never programmed before to LiveCode and what you can do with it.