San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Beginning VVVV / Projection / Kinect
March 17- 18, 2014
10am - 5:30pm
From projection-mapping to interactive environments, VVVV is the code-free programming toolkit that opens up a world of creativity with video.
Whether your canvas is a whole building, your bedroom wall or something... stranger, VVVV will extend your creativity into the third and fourth dimensions. You'll learn to create with motion, audio, shaders, and interaction, and be confident working with projectors and the Kinect. After completing the course, you'll be able to take your ideas off the screen and out into the real world.
Who is the course for?
- Creative technologists
- Interactive architects
- Live visualists
Your tutor - Elliot Woods
Elliot is half of Koreo-Brittanic interaction design studio Kimchi and Chips, as seen in Wired, Endgadget and the BBC. He's a leader in the international projection mapping scene, creating the tools and techniques used from experimental art projects to multi-million dollar marketing campaigns. Elliot has taught professionals, students, children and led the professional projection mapping course at VVVV's own digital arts forum.
Click here for more information on the course.
When & Where
Manchester Digital Laboratory (MadLab) is a grassroots innovation organisation, based in Manchester UK. Our primary areas of focus are science and technology; arts and culture.
We support a diverse range of communities and activities – from monthly meetups and courses through to public experimentation with new & emerging technologies, and collaborating with others to deliver new, interesting and exciting projects.
Our courses are learning for doers. Every one of our courses, whether it's electronics or coding, writing or making, is powered by the same magic. Bring your curiosity and a little bit of imagination, and we'll amaze you with what you can do!
Our main base of operations is a three-storey, 3000 square foot Industrial Revolution-era former weavers’ cottage centrally located in Manchester’s Northern Quarter. We are less than ten minutes walk from Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria train stations, and just two minutes walk from the Arndale Shopping Centre. For directions, please see our website: http://madlab.org.uk/find-us/