We all love TouchDesigner for the creative mess it allows us to create. Everything connects to everything and it’s easy to experiment in unforseen ways. However, for every TouchDesigneur comes the moment, where she/he wants to tame the creative chaos and get ready to perform a show on a big stage, and suddenly one exiting patch is not enough.Or you have to make sure that this beautiful, yet fragile interactive masterpiece of yours is working every day of the week from seven in the morning until eight at night.Sounds frightning?
In this two hour webinar, Stefan Kraus will guide you through his Show-Control course and explain how to setup up projects in an optimised and reliable way.
With a few simple tricks, you avoid frame drops, crahses, jittering video playback and many other traps that can make show creation in a realtime environment challenging. Sequence live or automated shows and installations flawless and orchestrate lights, projections and sound without hick ups and shameful moments of reboot. Stefan gives an overview of best practices and production proof patches that get you ready for the big stage as well as the daily grind in now time.
How does it work?
With your ticket, you will get the access codes for a closed Zoom meeting, in which Stefan will guide you through his Show Control – Create Shows in TD course. The course with more than one hour worth of video tutorials, tips and tricks will be available for you online after the webinar.If you miss the webinar – don’t worry, the course will be open on here ever after.
About the Instructor
Dipl.-Ing. Stefan KrausThe Berlin based media artist and designer is co-founder of the The Node Institute, the projection mapping festival Genius Loci Weimar and the interactive design studio MXZEHN. Already while studying Architecture Stefan started to teach 3D animation. Later he teached Interaction Design at Bauhaus-University Weimar and festivals across Europe. Stefan uses TouchDesigner to create audio driven realtime animations and interactive installations. His passion is the live performance of the moving image.
The webinar will be held in Englisch. Questions are also possible in German.