TouchDesigner meetup 12th June

Thinkific


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Date & Time: Saturday 12th June 4pm UK / 5pm Berlin / 8am LA / 11am NYC Meetup length 2-hours

Level: Open to all levels

Meetups are a great way to meet and be inspired by the TouchDesigner community.

What to expect? 

The meetup runs via Zoom and is 2-hours in length.

This session focuses on interactivity and will feature presentations from TouchDesigner experts. 

Speakers:

Crystal Jow: Creating Meditative Spaces

Crystal will be presenting about using physical movement and mindfulness practice to fuel interactive experiences. Her goal is to bridge the understanding of consciousness with immersive design.

Crystal Jow is a Los Angeles-based experiential media designer and movement instructor that specializes in audience-driven immersive installations and meditative experiences that explore motion and media

Germán Greiner: Audiovisual Interactivity with TouchDesigner and LeapMotion

Germán will talk about how he created an "audiovisual" instrument in which he uses hand movements to control both visuals and sounds simultaneously.

Germán Greiner is a Colombian/American software engineer and digital artist currently based in Berlin. He is interested in making innovative experiences that incorporate real time audience interaction, live coding, new instruments and synesthetic audio/visual forms.

 

Nima Gazestani: Interactive Solutions for Brands

Nima will show a selection of his past design projects and collaborations focused on interactivity, explaining the development and showing the behind the scenes in TD.

Nima is an interaction designer, instructor and developer based in Milan who's been working with TD since 2008, balancing his work between the ideation, research and development of interactive installations for brands and design studios, as well as working with design schools.

 

Following these presentations breakout rooms are created where you can: 

  • Talk to the presenters and ask questions

  • Join a room on topics of your choice

  • Show other participants your projects, ask for help, or help others out

  • Meet peers in the chill-out breakout room

 

Requirements

  • A computer and internet connection
  • A Zoom account

Berlin Code of Conduct

We ask all participants to read and follow the Berlin Code of Conduct and contribute to creating a welcoming environment for everyone. 

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