Meet Collectif Scale, a Paris-based group of artists and creatives from various callings who joined forces in 2010 with a shared passion for creating state-of-the-art installations and performances that have been quite aptly described as the ‘ballets of robots’.
In this tutorial series we are exploring certain ways of animating text using Touchdesigner. Where our multiple tutorial series 'Kinetic Typography' focuses on building an actual text tool for iterating typographic animations quickly, this series is more focused on examples from the field.
Experiential Design outfit Volvox Labs' magnificent Tessellated Tetra Sculpture is a meandering kinetic installation spanning nearly 100 ft with 300 individual computer-driven motors, and 150 programmed LED lights.
In this fourth part of this multiple part tutorial series we are finally showing our Non-Kepler gpu users and Apple Mac OSX friends, who regularly bump into an error which tells that 'texture instancing is not supported', a workaround to step into this tutorial series as well!
In this third part of this multiple part tutorial series we are going to show a couple of different approaches for creating, how we would like to call it, 'animation shapes'.
One hundred years after Walter Gropius founded the legendary design school in the small German town of Weimar, a new Bauhaus Museum was opened right there on the 5th of April 2019. The opening was celebrated with many speeches, music and a creative parade on a sunny spring day.
Conceived of as a "storymaking" experience that invites interaction and collaboration, wunderkind studio VolvoxLabs' realization of the Microsoft Theatre Lounge in downtown Los Angeles seamlessly weaves technologies throughout the space to build out four engagement pieces.
Brainchild of Christopher Bauder, the modular Kinetic Light System is an award-winning product embedding TouchDesigner which choreographs and moves not just light and pixels but actual physical objects, high above one’s head via steel wire and powered cable DMX winches to which large arrays of light