https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tPMSUUKUDSA Bridging the realms of sound, live performance and literature, I've created a system in TouchDesigner that transforms real-time audio data into unique AI generated poetry being recited, also in real-time.
A series of tutorials diving into a very large project (over 6000 operators), in which TouchDesigner is used to create a first-person game-like experience for installation and performance contexts. Part 7 shows how to solve problems with absTime.seconds that arise in a long-term installation.
July 19th 2023 6-9 PM (CET) / In English Language / Online via Zoom Depth cameras like the Microsoft Kinect give a set of extra senses to your TouchDesigner machine. They can be used to acquire much more information about the space they surveille than normal cameras.
June 14th 2023 6-9 PM (CET) / In English Language / Online via Zoom Microcontrollers, like Arduino allow users so sense the environment, understand haptic user input or build custom input devices like instruments or physical installations.
June 7th 2023 6-9 PM (CET) / In English Language / Online via Zoom Just like “traditional” lights, lasers allow us to create and transform spaces beyond the screen. However, lasers are sharply bundled light beams capable of traversing long distances with almost no divergence.
April 5th 2023 6-9 PM (CET) / In English Language / Online via ZoomOption to participate in person at NODE Institute Berlin, Germany Projection Mapping refers to the idea of mapping existing or specifically created objects, like buildings or stage designs with video or laser projections.
First free Open lessson of a 4 month multimedia design course on the basis of TouchDesigner. Tutors are experienced multimedia artists and teachers - Yan Kalnberzin & Eugene Afonin. The course will run online 2 times a week 3 hours a day with 15 minutes break.
(repost Jan 2023) Michael Snow's "The Viewing of Six New Works" (2012) is a light projection composition derived from the essentialized movements of eyes and head that a possible person might make in looking at a rectangular object on the wall like a painting or photograph. Each hypothetical wall r