One of the most exciting new features introduced in the latest experimental version of TouchDesigner is the native support of VST plugins. With so many plugins out there, there’s a vast amount of audio tools that can be experimented with, without having to use any external software!
It might sound like yet another “omg new features in the experimental build” post…but it just goes to show you how much new and powerful tools are coming down the pipeline. Not only are there totally new features, there are a lot of quality of life improvements to heavily used workflows.
It can be difficult to create visual effects with a sensor's depth map when it's full of walls, floors, and ceilings. With many of the new operators in TouchDesigner focused on working with point clouds, there are effective new techniques we can use with only a handful of operators.
The new experimental release of TouchDesigner now includes DAT syntax highlighting for the TouchDesigner languages python, GLSL, JSON, XML, all inside the DAT Viewer. In addition, there are also options for custom zooming.
The Touchdesigner Roundtable Berlin has been and will be the meeting point for creatives and developers that work with the visual development platform TouchDesigner as well as everybody that is curious about the world of interactive media art and the people behind it.
After working through initial concepts and tools in the previous Flex-focused video, you’re probably ready to start working with the realistic particle-based fluid simulations that Nvidia Flex is known for.
INFRATONAL is the audiovisual project of Parisian multidisciplinary artist Louk Amidou who uses hand gesture to perform both music and visuals in the most mesmerizing compositions while exploring the links between the human and the algorithms.
We saw the look in concerts, on Instagram, Tumblr, maybe even pinned it on Pinterest. Now let’s create the glowing Vaporwave look in Notch! This is a beginner-friendly tutorial where we use Raytracing and RT Mirror reflection to create a reflective water effect.