Creating real-time content scenes with instancing is a great way to achieve compelling results with high performance. Being able to control those scenes and environments using face tracking from an iOS device takes that up to a new level.
There are many reasons why you’d want to lock your projects. Some of those may be artistic reasons and some of them might be business-related. In our last blog post, we talked about how you can use Project-level privacy and how you can use that to keep your whole project work behind a password.
There's so much you can with the new Kinect Azure! In this video, Elburz takes you through creating an interesting and scalable displacement effect with your Kinect Azure.
When it comes to application building in TouchDesigner, there are times that we want to keep our work and techniques away from prying eyes. Whatever the reason for preserving the privacy of your code, TouchDesigner has a great way of locking down your work and keeping it safe.
The Kinect Azure is a fantastic new sensor to use for your depth scanning and skeleton tracking purposes. Most people are surprised by how easily you can create a GPU accelerated point cloud of instanced geometry with it!
Thermal effects are common in almost all vfx systems and video servers. They’re fun and easy to use and can turn even boring content into something interesting by creating the illusion of thermal camera / heat scan.
Slitscan effects are incredibly fun and interactive. They can seem a lot harder than they are to build. In this video, Elburz shows you how to make a quick slitscan effect with only a few operators in TouchDesigner, which in itself can become the basis of much more complex and interesting effects.
Most people think Python is just for scripting state machines, parsing data, and other boring tasks! On the contrary, Python can play a fundamental role in content creation.