gateCHOPComp takes a chop input and passes it to only one of n outputs, similar to what an inverse SwitchCHOP would do. Inputs: - Input 0 -> the value to pass - Input 1 .-> the value passed to closed outputs, "off value" if you want (defaults to 0 if not specified)
Kazoe Nobuaki is a member of the Tokyo-based VJ REZ team and the maker of the powerful visual show performance tool DEVISION. He is already a 'veteran' VJ on the Tokyo club-circuit with his adrenalin-pumping, high-octane visual style.
I am addicted to make as close and intimate connections between visuals and audio as I possibly can... The core of what I am always trying to create with TouchDesigner is an interactive audiovisual system which I can perform with, and in which there is a deep two-way connection between visuals and s
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?
"When you walk in, you'll see a series of netting, mesh material… We want you to touch it. It's all very hands-on. There's six sections within this maze of netting that people can go up to each station.
Inspired by a philosophical concept and evolving from a hand-made structure to a full dome immersive performance featured on the Apple 30th birthday TV spot, Dromos is the fruit of a unique creative process. Here is the story.
Ian McDonnell and Dara Smith make up Dublin-based Lakker who since the early 2000s have been dishing out deep, dark, bass-loaded electronic music, tracks that have graced the decks of those with a tendency to tip the scales on the spectrum of "dark" and "heavy" - Aphex Twin and Surgeon for instance.
S O L A R I S FROM ODAIBE Music: cliff martinez - first sleep Bartek Szlachcic lives in Wroclaw, Poland and is a graphic designer and electronic music producer interested in visualizing sound with experimental tools.
We were very pleased to learn of 2 TouchDesigner projects produced by individuals collaborating from opposite sides of New Zealand's North Island.