The Interactive & Immersive Championship 2021 is finished, and it was a fantastic event!For those who don't know, The Championship pits top members of the TouchDesigner community against one another for the glory of showing the world their technical and artistic prowess.Competitors who place fir
There are many times where we have to deal with large amounts of data in TouchDesigner. Whether you’re working with social media or large data sets provided by clients, you’ve likely experienced how tricky it can be to manage this data in DATs.
A través de ejemplos prácticos, estaremos aprendiendo a utilizar las diferentes familias de operadores.Comenzaremos creando ejemplos visuales, explorando varias técnicas: Composición visual en capas. Sistemas de instancias. Interfaz de control. Comandos Python. Tips de usos múltiples.
Face tracking used to be something you had to pay a lot of money for or use custom hardware for to get any kind of real-time & rich data. Now with machine learning it's easy and can be done on almost any hardware.
While a lot of work happens in real-time, it’s not uncommon that during the design process you’ll want to export still images from your project. These could be for a client review or they could be for internal documentation. Either way, there’s a few useful tricks you can keep in your back pocket!
If you told me a few years ago that you could get a real-time background subtraction with no special camera hardware and it can work just about anywhere, I’d be pretty skeptical. While not perfect by any stretch, Nvidia’s new machine-learning driven background removal is pretty fantastic.
We don't always have access to pristine and high resolution live camera feeds when working on events. Especially if you've worked in darker environments like concerts, night clubs, or public installations that run overnight, these can really limit you creatively.