art | embodiment | cognition | networks | post-humanism | crypto
Time: June 8, 2022 at 6pm to June 29, 2022 at 9pm
City/Town: Buenos Aires
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Aníbal Zorrilla
Latest Activity: May 25, 2022
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The Research Team in Technology Applied to Dance, InTAD, Motion DAO and DANCE-TECH invite the virtual workshop 'Creative Programming for Dance on the Web.3'
Free with prior registration. Registration form: https://acortar.link/pcdw3.
The Workshop consists of approaching creative programming for dance through the Isadora visual programming language and its projection on the new Web.3. It is aimed at dancers, choreographers, directors, set designers and any artist or student related to dance, but it is also open to practitioners of the performing arts, visual artists and musicians, among others, in order to form an interdisciplinary group.
Isadora allows you to process image and sound in real time interactively in relation to the performer, the environment or any other data source. Using Skype, OBS, Isadora, and YouTube during the workshop, a real-time virtual performance will be created that will be used as a source material for minting NFTs.
Instructor Aníbal Zorrilla. June 2022. Duration: four virtual classes of three hours. Quota of 10 participants. The course is taught in Spanish
Course agenda: Introduction to the NEAR protocol and installation of the participants' wallets. Cryptocurrencies and NFTs. Blockchain and smart contracts. Decentralized Autonomous Organizations (DAO). Dance-tech.net and Motion DAO. Isadora Software. General configuration of the software and its connection with microphones and video cameras. scene structure. Workspace: actors, scene, control tools. Types of image processing in real time. Processing of image and video files. Captured image processing in real time. sound processing. Interaction through sound. Interaction through movement tracking. Automation tools and event sequencing. Shaders in GLSL. Tokenization of artistic creations through NFT in the NEAR protocol.
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