Sam Meech led a workshop on ISADORA on April 7, 2017 at the Elastic Spaces lab at Concordia University. During this full day workshop session participants were able to experiment with the software to create video mapping, as well as motion and sound sensor projects.
Participants learned the basic interface while also exploring the many possibilities this program has to offer.
Isadora is a great user-friendly tool for quickly and easily bringing media into live performance and installation. It can be used for projection mapping, triggering sound and video, lighting, VJing, camera tracking, and much more. The best thing is, you don’t need to be a programmer to work with it.
This workshop will give you an introduction to the Isadora workshop, help you understand the interface and quickly have you building your own performative video tools, but most importantly, it will give you a chance to experiment and play!
Dr Charalambos Poullis and graduate MApCompSc student Behnam Maneshgar will be presenting their paper, “A Long-Range Vision System for Projection Mapping of Stereoscopic Content in Outdoor Areas” at GRAPP 2017, the 12th International Conference on Computer Graphics Theory and Applications in Porto, Portugal from February 27 to March 1, 2017.
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