Projection Mapping Workshops For Media Artists are conducted by Toronto-based new media artist, Maziar Ghaderi. The series prepares artists to use argumentative light as an artistic and narrative device. This can be used in diverse forms of live art productions such as theatre, dance, concerts, and multidisciplinary projects such as site-specific work and participatory installations featuring interactive technologies. Suitable for artists and media/film students with video content to build into their dream installation or performance. Learn Isadora software basics and its intuitive projection mapping tool IzzyMap to projection-map video, animation or images onto 3D objects and incorporate live interactivity.
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• Articulate, develop, and execute a raw idea from inception to an actionable and innovative new media installation.
• Perform rapid prototyping to find out which physical surfaces are suitable for the best visual output for your installation.
• Projection map your own customized images and videos onto 3D physical surfaces.
• Incorporate interactivity by building live sound or live video as a trigger to initiate media using the node-based software Isadora (no coding required).
• Learn the basics of GPU codecs ideal for multiple simultaneous playback in a real-time environment.
All materials included. Bring your own laptop.
Selected hosts/partners have included:
- Zayed University (Dubai)
- Zayed University (Abu Dhabi)
- Tashkeel Art Centre (Dubai)
- NYU (Abu Dhabi campus)
- InterAccess Media Art Centre & Gallery (Toronto)
- Charles Street Video (Toronto)
- TMAC: Toronto Media Art Centre (Toronto)
- Rhubarb Performance Art Festival (Toronto)