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this online workshop will teach you the basics of creating visuals which can be applied to your video calls. We’ll explore the creative possibilities of streaming yourself live to the world, and how to set up interesting scenes from behind your
computer. Mixing image, sound and interaction. Isadora is an interactive media platform that combines a media server, a visual
programming environment, and a powerful video and audio processing engine. Using Isadora, you can create stunning audio-visual effects in real-time, all with an easy-to-learn platform. We will move from simple video inputs and effects, to more complex interactive elements like the basics of projection mapping, or even interfacing with a microcontroler to add some interactive elements to the set up. By the end of the workshop you’ll have the tools to begin experimenting yourself with
creating compelling scenes either for your next conference call or live show.
Abel Enklaar | NL
Abel is an interdisciplinary director and researcher, intrigued by the relationships between technologies, their users and environments. This interest is explored in theatrical experiences, performances, publications and installations that bridge
multiple disciplines and media. In 2017 he founded Studio Enklaar. A creative studio with the goal of exploring the performative features of technology. His works have been featured in theatres and festivals around the world, and he’s a visiting lecturer “new media in theatre” at ArtEZ university of the arts Currently he combines his practice with a masters in theatre at the institute for performing arts Maastricht, NL and a masters in design for performance and interaction at the Bartlett school of architecture in London, UK.
Prepare for the workshop by downloading the following pdf Steps-to-take-before-joining-the-workshop.