Captured Atmospheres: Interactions Between Light, Smoke and Matter is an ephemeral experience that posits atmosphere as instrument where realtime laser techniques and physical
computing create an experience and impression that feels real and indeed elemental.
An ambitious and beautifully executed art exhibition composed of projection mapping, illumination and large models of Tokyo's many landmarks.
Under the concept of "City is Art" virtual and real Tokyo are synchronized over past, present and future.
Artist Nikzad Arabshahi had the idea to make the computer paint endless paintings the way he would if he was to paint them himself.
This was achieved in real-time through computer renderings in a generative algorithmic composition.
We talk to the prolific Tehran-based media artist and musician Ali Phi about his beautiful and evocative audiovisual practice and how TouchDesigner is
his tool of choice for prototyping and producing the work.
This installation places the person within the data stream that they themselves produce and share.
The viewer "travels" in a continuous stream of data within an n-dimensional 150m2 mirrored 'hypercube' losing all reference to space-time.
A flawless festival in a 1.2 million sq ft venue provided a unique opportunity to experience an ambitious array of installation light and kinetic art.
That almost half of these made excellent use of TouchDesigner was icing on the proverbial cake!
Here are the 5 finalists' of MUTEK's AV contest with whom we partnered to foster the next generation of creatives and to provide some tools.
Congratulations to all the finalists and we urge the community to watch their offerings and to vote for your favourite!
Big thanks to Matthew Ragan for polishing and posting all the tutorials and documentation from the very fun 2-day workshop at
Obscura Digital so
that the rest of the community can learn to make beautiful noise!