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.
There are so many things TouchDesigner does out of the box that other softwares can't do. Playing back dozens of layers of video, connecting to all kinds of hardware I/O, connecting to web APIs, and creating whole new sub-applications with Python are just a few examples.
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.
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.
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.
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.