6. worldwide vvvv meetupNovember 19, 2020 posted by: joreg
Save the date!
We’re meeting up on November 24th, 8pm CET to get insights into what everyone is patching on. How will this work? Something like the last time. So please invite all your vvvvriends and vvvvamily to join us!
Want to share your work?
We could have one or two more demos/presentations! Anything more or less related to vvvv, yourself and your projects. Share some thoughts, share your funny fails. Or just ask some questions…
Please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you want to talk about. We’ll then get back to you and organize the streaming tool etc.
Here is our line-up so far:
wirmachenbunt: Joscha Brüning, Thomas Gross, Nils Nahrwold, Christian Engler Location: Hamburg
wirmachenbunt is a studio for interactive and immersive shows and exhibits. The team will present the Magenta Moon Garden software, the system behind a 360° interactive space, incorporating 16 projectors, 9 Radartouch sensors, 6 channel surround sound, 4 games and lots of pixels. While the visual output is rendered with vvvv beta, they used VL and vvvv gamma heavily for the backend and surround sound engine, marking a transition of the studio workflow. While going into the patch details, they reveal the process, from simulation to the live setup.
texoneuser Location: Schwerin
Christian is a media artist based in Schwerin. Working on all kinds of kinetic, light and screen based installations, he will give a small peak into his recent project, which will be his first one realized in vl. Switching from Unity and his own custom framework creative computing he will give a view on the process leading into this decision and present some first steps into the vvvv world as a result of the transition.
baxtanuser Location: Linz, Austria
New media artist with a background in fine arts and philosophy, Amir realizes his works by designing narratives through real-time processes. Amir is based in Linz/AT where he is persuing his PhD. He is a researcher at Creative Robotics Department at the university for arts and design in Linz he is also teaching Coding and computational thinking at the Fashion and Technology department in the mentioned university.
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