The OpenNI might have been discontinued but Kinect 1/mac owners can still create amazing interactive experiences in max/msp.
The Kinect camera provides three dimensional data of a person’s movement in physical space. How can this movement be translated into video effects and sound? This class focuses on mapping … Continue reading
Learn the basics of programming in the max environment in this free 3 hour workshop by Harvestworks Engineer and Artist Tommy Martinez.
October 17 noon – 3 pm
596 Broadway Suite 602 New York NY 10012
Subway F/M/D/B/ Broadway/Lafayette, R Prince, #6 Bleecker
Do you have a project that you want to produce using intermedia features? Ideally it does make use of lights, videos, sounds or sensors and you don’t know where to start? Or perhaps you heard about Max/MSP and want to dig it a little further? No worries! Come to our … Continue reading
ALTERNATE CLASS – This workshop is intended for Producers and Sound Artists wishing to expand their knowledge of Ableton Live and start making their own Max for Live Patches and Effects. We will start with an overview of available Max for Live Devices and how different types function within an Ableton Live Set. We will build several of these “Max for Live Devices” from scratch to manipulate sound and midi in unique ways – stepping out of the effects built into the software. We will also look at how to integrate video into our sets for live, audio responsive VJ Performances. Continue reading
After the overwhelming success of our current workshop with French sound documentarian Benoit Bories, we decided to offer a special workshop for artists, to work closely with Benoit on their individual projects in a small group setting. This workshop is geared towards artists who have already a professional or semi-professional practice in radio drama, sound art or sound installations.The workshop is limited to 4 people. Continue reading
This three-week course will introduce the use of techniques in computer vision for creating interactive artworks and applications.. By using sophisticated algorithms which surreptitiously analyze video and camera streams to identify and track people, faces, moving bodies, and colors, we can add a playful–or slightly sinister–dose of interactivity to our work. Continue reading
This series of workshops is intended to people having already a practice of the sound writing and sound recording. It is conceived to give methodological bases concerning sound recording, sound sampling, editing and mixing to carry out sound creations documentary or more musical forms, radio drama, hörspiel or electroacoustic pieces. At the end of the session, the participants acquired a work method which they will be then able to use within the daily framework of their sound activity. Continue reading
STILL A FEW SEATS LEFT! This 4-week ONLINE class will introduce students to generative art, an artistic philosophy and methodology for creating artworks using algorithms and procedural processes inspired from nature, statistics, biology, and computer science. Continue reading
WE USUALLY KEEP REGISTRATION OPEN FOR A FEW DAYS. This 3-week ONLINE COURSE is a hands-on introduction to algorithmic art. Using openframeworks, participants will learn how to create form, color, texture, and movement with mathematical functions and algorithms. But far from a math class, participants will be invited to experience functions as different brush strokes on a canvas, and algorithms as different creative processes, each evoking a different feeling. Continue reading
Flor Veinte Collective seeks to enhance the role of traditionally underrepresented voices in experimental music, by offering a two hour workshop which will cover’s DIY instrument building, improvisation, movement, and creative writing for womyn, trans* and gender non-conforming participants. Continue reading