Fluid media and real space: Make your own audiovisual instruments for unvirtual reality WinterLAB 2016. An encounter on community and the use of technology
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Program of presentations, round tables and workshops about community and critical use of technology
Image: Marco Recuero
Fluid media and real space: Make your own audiovisual instruments for unvirtual reality
19
Nov
2016
20
Nov
2016
Workshop included in winterLAB 2016
Image: Peter Kirn

Fluid media and real space: Make your own audiovisual instruments for unvirtual reality

Workshop included in winterLAB 2016

19
Nov
2016
20
Nov
2016
15:00 to 18:30
Venue: LABoral
Fluid media and real space: Make your own audiovisual instruments for unvirtual reality

Image: Peter Kirn

As VR turns ever more inward, in goggles and headsets and imagined virtual space, we have a chance to create instruments that are sociable, radical, and real. They can draw on our experience in light, space, sound, performance, and dance and theater to produce new possibilities in shared space.

In this two-day intensive, learn the basics of creating your own simple tools using free and open source platforms - even if you're trying them for the first time. In Processing (code) and Pure Data (dataflow) we'll make our own performance instruments for visuals and music, then try them out by combining them with inputs from the physical world of sound and image.

Aimed to: musicians, artists, DJs, designers, programmers and public interested in designing their own instruments. 
Time: Saturday and Sunday, from 3 to 6.30 p.m.
Participants: 12
Registration:
free of charge, here [+]
By: Peter Kirn, músician and technologist MusicMakers Hacklab, CTM Festival, Berlin (GER), during one intensive week artists, technologists and researchers in the fields of sound, image and related arts work collaboratively to imagine and realise new ideas and travel to different festivals and events.
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http://www.ctm-festival.de

 

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