One of the most fun aspects of TouchDesigner is how deep you can go with even simple operators. Developers often have to overlay a lot of text onto their compositions or in their installations.
Elburz starts this video off with some advice for how to keep yourself productive and sane during the tough global situation and long hours spent indoors.
One of the things I see often lacking in TouchDesigner work is natural camera movements. To be honest, I rarely see ANY camera movement! Lots of times this works, but many times, a ton of interest and depth can be added to a piece of work by adding camera motion.
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.
The Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture is an international network of digital design researchers and professionals.
Greetings all and first a HUGE thanks from the Derivative team for all the amazing assets, tutorials and countless incentives to learn more TD you have been seeding into the community.
Everyone has had the experience of learning Python and trying to implement their new techniques in TouchDesigner. A common problem that many people have is trying to do while loops in TouchDesigner. A regular while loop is likely to make TouchDesigner crash, which can be a real buzz kill!