Crystal Jow creates a fully generative scene using a Leap Motion sensor. She shows you how to draw on screen and create beautiful composites using finger position, feedback loops, compositing techniques, as well as using gestures from the Leap Motion to control additional functionality.
Sensors output a lot of data. Kinects, Leap Motions, and touchscreens all output a wide range of data and tracking regions. The reality of our industry is that we often only need a small region of interest within that larger sensor space.
Learn how to visualise music and perform live December 12th, 10 AM - 5.30 PM In this workshop – held in English - media artist Stefan Kraus will introduce participants to the powerful visual development platform and present best practices for its use in live audiovisual performances and shows.
Dates: December 7 - 8 Beginners | December 9 Intermediate | 10am - 6pm Focus: 3D/2D sound-reactive visuals for performance and interactive installations. TouchDesigner with Kinect, Leap Motion, VR (Vive), Ableton Live
Reflecting on audio-visual expression and the mediation of digital language, we need to ask what cognitive potential is engaged? Are only people with synesthesia able to experience a "blend perception"? Or is all our cognition in essence embodied and thus linked?
"On a summer evening, the air is filled with the flash of fireflies calling to one another. Intrigued by their dialogue we created a poetic representation of their conversation.
The Interactive Bulb project is an installation designed to mark the 50th anniversary of Italy's largest power company by displaying their photographic archive in a very novel manner.