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Introduction to TouchDesigner

Maotik

ACT (Le Commun - BAC)
Thursday 25 May
15:00 – 19:00
CHF 40.-, registration required
Number of participants 15 max.
Languages French, English
Required material Participants should bring their own laptop, with the software TouchDesigner version 088 installed, and an external mouse.
IMPORTANT – for the software to work properly, each computer must be equipped with:
- OS: Microsoft Windows 7 or later / Apple macOS 10.11 or later.
- Video card: a minimum of 1GB GPU memory and use of the most recent Nvidia drivers, AMD drivers or Intel drivers is recommended. TouchDesigner uses OpenGL.
- Integrated graphics (NOTE: ot all features are supported on integrated video chipsets and there is a lower expectation on overall performance): Intel HD4000, HD5000 and above.
- Input device: a three-button mouse with scroll-wheel is required.
Registration Please sign up via the dedicated form
For all enquiries: workshops@mappingfestival.com

Acr2772041167872468057This workshop offers an introduction to the software TouchDesigner, an audiovisual platform that will equip you with the tools you need to create stunning realtime contents and rich user experiences. During this session, you will gain essential knowledge to start creating interactive media systems, architectural projections, live music visuals, or simply rapid-prototyping your latest ideas.

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Maotik

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A digital artist based in Montreal, Mathieu Le Sourd, aka Maotik, focuses his work on the creation of immersive multimedia environments and generative visuals. His work has recently been presented in various festivals around the world, such as Live Cinema in Rio, Plums Festival in Moscow, Visiones in Lima, Mutek Festival (Montreal, Mexico city, Barcelona and Bogota) and the British Film Institute in London.

As lead of Moment Factory's interactive team in 2011, Maotik produced large-scale projects such as the multimedia experience in the new terminal at the Los Angeles airport as well as the visuals for Nine Inch Nails world tour. In 2013, he produced the critically-acclaimed immersive multimedia performance DROMOS, which was presented at the SATosphere in Montreal as part of the Mutek festival.

Always in search of new challenges, Maotik designs his own visual tools by generating animations from algorithms and creating 3D worlds to transform perceptions of space. He collaborates with musicians, sound artists and scientists in order to continue his research into the relationship between art, science and technology.