We've been having a lot of fun with our new Twitch streams (Wednesdays and Fridays at 2pm Toronto!). We get to build interesting tools, learn new techniques, and work with the audience on their questions.
In this video, Elburz demonstrates the correct ways to load assets into a project, regardless of their size or resolution, without dropping a single frame. This is done by using some basic Python commands that even someone with no programming background could catch onto.
Python in TouchDesigner is a very powerful tool but one that can also be difficult to approach and can introduce performance issues in larger projects. One of our community members asked for tips on this tricky subject overall, when to use Python, and when to avoid it.
In this video, Elburz provides the tools you need to choose the right projector for your project, on a budget you can afford. When looking at projectors for projection mapping, there are a TON of specs to consider, and it can often feel like the "good" projectors are out of your price range.
Working with multiple developers and designers on a single TouchDesigner project can be tricky. Nevertheless, collaboration is a critical component of every TouchDesigner pro's toolkit. That's why we made this video.
Elburz starts this video off with some advice for how to keep yourself productive and sane during the tough global situation and long hours spent indoors.
In this video, Elburz sits down with Hal Lovement who is an amazing artist, entrepreneur, and TouchDesigner developer, to discuss his next generation performance-based interactive video installation system for events, Feedback.Video's VPX.