Join Elburz and Noah Norman of Hard Work Party ( https://hardwork.party ) talk about all things Python in TouchDesigner and approaches to structuring large projects.
Every industry has its own sets of trick and techniques for getting things done. One of the greatest bits of fun in our industry is trying to harness everyone else’s techniques in real time!
A common scenario for developers and artists is that you'll receive an asset that you wish had an alpha channel. This might be on a project where the content team sends you an asset that should have an alpha channel but doesn't.
Gaming controllers are some of the most inexpensive controllers you can get for your computer. Turns out, they're extremely useful for interactive and immersive installations.
Frame delays and trails are great effects used all over the place in our industry. Whether you're working with particles, live camera feeds, or pre-recorded content, trails and RGB delays are a great way to spice it up.
We all know TouchDesigner is full of operators. One that pros are finding more and more valuable is the Perform DAT. It's essentially a mini and programmable Performance Monitor that you can embed right in your project.
NFTs are a hot topic right now. You’ve probably heard of Beeple making almost $70 million dollars by selling his art as NFTs. What are they? What can they do? Are they right for you? What about the environmental costs?
A big choice that artists and developers have to make at some point in your life is whether you should get a job at an existing company or if you should be a freelancer/studio owner.