Live Performance with Quartz Composer [120 €]
14:00 – 17:00 Thursday 26 June
14:00 – 17:00 Friday 27 June
14:00 – 17:00 Saturday 28 June
Quartz Composer is a node-based visual programming language provided as part of the Xcode development environment in Mac OS X for processing and rendering graphical data.
- explaining the main elements of the GUI (editor, viewer, inspector)
- useful resources on the web like kineme.net
- how to install additional plugins, e.g. kineme core, glTools, syphon
- importing pictures and video, difference billboard/sprite
- making a simple audio reactive wireframe cube
- publishing inputs, using input splitters
- use of framebuffer objects (Render in Image)
- dealing with instances, difference between replicate in space and iterator
- working with structures, feeding a frequency structure in an iterator, generating random structures to draw a line
- quartz composer as a resource for vdmx
computer running OSX 10.6 or higher
apple xcode including graphic tools installed
sinsynplus [shado sinfusion synkretistem | kopffuessler.org]
sinsynplus starts vjing and visual arts back in 2001, working with slide projectors and videodecks. always evolving in hardware and software he is nowadays working completely digital, exploring new techniques and devices like integrating iphone, wiimote and sensor data, programming his own modules and plugins and working on multiscreen setups to push vjing onto the next level.
his style combines graphical elements, interactive, generative, audio-reactive code and real-time manipulated 3D models to an unique visual language.
sinsynplus, studying media art at the academy of fine arts and working with the postproduction company greenpost in munich is co-founder of the visual crews shado sinfusion synkretistem and kopffuessler.org.
since 2010 sinsynplus as part of multimedia art duo mayer+empl specializes in interior and exterior 3D video mapping – an art form that uses the architecture, shape and conditions of the room to project moving images, light or graphics on abstract surfaces, and thus creating an entirely new atmospheric space.