There's nothing worse than working on something for a really long time on something only to have it shot down by your client. Whether it's content, the UX of an installation, interactive gestures, or music, it always feels like you wasted a bunch of time.
Have you ever had a client looking over your shoulder asking when something will be done? Have you felt drips of sweat on your forehead as you had only a few minutes left to fix something in a project before an event starts? We know these can be stressful and have faced these time and time again.
One of the hardest things we have to do as Interactive tech and Immersive media professionals is network.In this video, Elburz workshops how to introduce yourself and navigate networking events and opportunities.Additionally, Elburz provides feedback for an HQ PRO member's professional website.
Who would have thought 10 years ago that the best camera most people would have would fit in their pocket and was also their phone? Not only is it the best camera most people have, but smartphones have objectively great cameras in them.
It's hard times right now for a lot of folks. The ripple effect of COVID-19 is being felt on everyone in ways that aren't purely health related. Gigs are cancelled. Events and conferences postponed indefinitely. It's tough times out there.
I always love talking to Matthew Ragan. It's really a pleasure of mine. When you're just getting started in the industry, you have a laugh with friends about how you're trying to do a project without spending money.
All of the TouchDesigner developers I know are always working on tools. These tools may be for personal experimentation or critical tooling for your company projects. Either way, you may come to a point where you want to share your work.