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For its 13th edition, the Mapping Festival, dedicated to audiovisual arts and digital cultures, returns with a unique range of workshops under the heading Mapping _ Digital Shifts.
The workshops will be spread over the three weeks of the festival, which is taking place from May 11 to May 28, 2017 in Geneva.
The deadline for registration is April 30, 2017.
Introduction to projection mapping (12-17 yo) /// 13-14.05 /// Etienne Mathé Intended for teenagers and youngsters between 12 and 17 years old, this workshop will teach them how to create their first projection mapping thanks to the fun and simple HeavyM software.
Artefact /// 19-21.05 /// Mickaël Lafontaine & Xavier Seignard This workshop will teach participants how to scan 3D objects in order to create an interactive device combining 3D animation, robotics and projection mapping.
Interactive installations /// 23-24.05 /// B. Antoine-Loeff & N. Bertrand This workshop aims at exploring various processes to create interactive installations including tangible interactions, animations, autonomous videomapping, and open-air video games.
3D Mapping /// 23–26.05 /// L. Zsolt Bordos, V. Vicsek & I. Kovács Over the course of this four-day workshop, participants will acquire basic knowledge of mapping techniques (2D, 2,5D, 3D) and content creation. The results of their work will then be publicly screened.
Introduction to TouchDesigner /// 25.05 /// Maotik This workshop offers an introduction to the software TouchDesigner, an audiovisual platform that will equip you with the tools you need to create stunning realtime contents and rich user experiences.
Use your face as interface /// 27.05 /// Popesz Csaba Láng Using Pure Data, a visual programming language for multimedia creations, participants will be able to control video playback with the movements of their face.