TouchDesigner InSession 17.0


Join us this Friday December 17th for the 17th episode of InSession and prepare for lots of firing neurons as we welcome Berlin-based Josef Luis Pelz to the show! A generative artist, creative coder and mathematician Josef has a passion for creative problem solving and aesthetics which manifest in his formidable shader work and Constraint Simulation Tool among many things. We will talk to Josef about his work and research and then pass things over to Vincent Houze and Malcolm Bechard to first explore the Cloth Simulation, followed by real-time Smoke Simulation using Schrödinger equation as well as get into Josef's ideas for 3D operations in TouchDesigner.


Please note the new time of 12:00 EST


Markus Heckmann
Isabelle Rousset
Vincent Houze
Malcolm Bechard



TouchDesigner InSession will take place every three weeks. The format will be to have three consecutive participants each consult for up to 30 minutes with one or more members of our team. The event will be live-streamed and we encourage the community at large to tune in and ask their own questions in the chat. 

  • To apply, please fill out and submit this registration form. Before submitting please read carefully:

  • Incomplete registrations will not be considered. (“More info to come…” is not good enough.)

  • The session will be streamed online to the whole community. Make sure there is nothing secret in your project that you don’t want to reveal or you are not allowed to share.

  • We will use the latest Official and Experimental builds. Let us know what your project was created with.

  • Make sure your linked project or .tox file runs out of the box. For example be sure that any paths are relative to your project file.

  • If at all possible, break out issues with your project into smaller examples.

  • We encourage you to use TouchDesigner’s sample assets where possible.

  • Please be considerate of download sizes. A GB per project is too big.

The next session is scheduled for: Friday, December 17th at 12:00 EST.