presents a workshop geared to expose artists and performers to digital real-time processing and its application to the creation of performance and installation environments using the software Max/MSP/Jitter. The sessions are in the format of a hands-on workshop to get participants familiar with the Jitter object system (Video). Subjects such as QuickTime video playback, signal-processing for video, live camera tracking, audio-visual interaction and the use of game controllers as an alternative interface will be explored. Participants are expected to have basic experience with digital video processing and on the Macintosh in general.
Sat, April 23, 9am–12pm
Admision General: $50, early bird special $45 before April 1; Student $40, early-bird special $35 before April 1.
This event is part of Ideas in Motion: Innovations in Dance, Movement & Technology, a 2005 Boston Cyberarts conference and event series. For more information, tickets and registration visit Ideas in Motion