Live generative visualisations can commonly be seen at live VJDJ events, often as a set of predefined parameters and as responsive scenography on stage or in museums and galleries.
In this course you will experiment with interactive generative visualisations techniques and examine and deploy powerful low cost computing technologies working with simplified programming methods within a range of potential performative and responsive scenarios.
In this course you will explore the creative possibilities of interactive real-time inputs and will sequentially develop novel strategies through the lens of process philosophies. In conjunction with these aims you will develop your knowledge of generative programming, distributed display and audio techniques and a selection of input and output options to contextualise your concepts.
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