UAL CCI After School Club and Youngjun Chang will be hosting a TD workshop for young people
About this Event
This session will be delivered by Youngjun Chang(@vitakcrete), who is a theatre designer and creative technologist. Youngjun will introduce how to build basic audio-visual content and simple communication in TouchDesigner. This session uncovers how simple pixels and signals found in images and music can be transformed into interactive media performance.
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This session will be delivered on YouTube, you will receive a link to join the event once you sign up.
In order to follow along with the session, you will need a desktop computer/laptop with access to the Internet.
If you would like to follow along live with this session you will need to download Touchdesigner before the session(more information on download page).
Tue, 14 July 2020
16:00 – 17:00 BST
1hour (livestreaming on YouTube)
This session will cover an introduction of using TouchDesigner(TD) and how to use it to create interactive contents with sound in real-time. This tutorial will provide sound analysing methods in a very simple and easy way. You will learn a basic approach to control the sound system. It aims for attendees to analyse any music in real-time. At the end of the session, you will be able to create a simple audio-responsive 3d object with it.
About the instructor
장영준 (Youngjun Chang l @vitakcrete)
He is a theatre designer and creative technologist, who is from South Korea. He has used TD to create audio-visual data integration for immersive experience, producing digital contents that make audience engaging in theatrical space. In his works, he has added interactive environment with an understanding of AI and Machine Learning in a computational process.
Throughout experiences, 'he has extended the relationship between theatrical performance and technology, representing physicality into multi-sensory experience through other mediums.
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About the CCI
UAL’s new Creative Computing Institute (CCI) is an innovative new research-led teaching hub working at the intersection of computer science and the creative arts. Located at Camberwell College of Arts, the CCI offers innovative new courses, research opportunities and a public platform to explore the collaboration between computer science and creative practice.