From 10 to 14 December 2018, I taught the Multitouch Interaction course at Aalto University, Media Lab. More information on the course: http://mlab.taik.fi/mediacode/archives/13506
SIIDS – Sound, Image and Interaction Doctoral Symposium (4/10/2018) was hosted by M-ITI – Madeira Interactive Technologies Institute (Funchal, Portugal), and had two tracks: poster (with oral presentation) and performance. There was also a keynote presentation (and performance) by Prof. Atau Tanaka (Goldsmiths, U. London). Participation was open to all international PhD students conducting research on computer-based systems for interactive sound, in particular combined with image. We had 9 participants for the poster track, and 2 for the performance track. The Symposium was preceded by a talk (3/10/2018) by Fabio Morreale (Queen Mary U. London).
From 10 to 15 December 2017, I taught the Multitouch Interaction course at Aalto University, Media Lab Helsinki. More information on the course: http://mlab.taik.fi/mediacode/archives/13467
Made with: openFrameworks (9 projects) and Unity 3D (1 project)
Links: http://mlab.taik.fi/mediacode, http://medialab.aalto.fi
Projects code available from: https://github.com/aalto-multitouch-interaction/
The one-day workshop was an introduction to audiovisual composition with openFrameworks and C++
Place: Faculdade de Belas Artes, Universidade de Lisboa
Time: 7 hours duration (2017/11/26, from 11am)
Target: Participants with basic knowledge of programming
Objective: to gain knowledge on combining generative sound and image
Between 26 June and 1 July 2017, I taught the Interactive Systems course at the Digital Media M.A., Hochschule Rhein-Waal. Below are the support materials we used for the course.
The course is focused on interaction design for media generation and manipulation. Students will experiment with a broad range of media elements with an emphasis on controlling media behavior through code. Special emphasis will be given to crossings between interaction design, sound and image. The main development environment for the course will be openFrameworks (http://www.openframeworks.cc/), although other environments can be explored. Students are required to plan, develop, document and present a project at the end of the course.
On the 12th March 2016, I conducted a one-day hackathon on the topic of AVUI – Hackathon on AudioVisual User Interfaces at EAVI, Goldsmiths, University of London. The participants (eight) were challenged to create an application using the openFrameworks add-on developed by us, ofxAVUI. The four resulting projects were then integrated in the add-on repository on GitHub. These projects extended the add-on and were also illustrated by specific examples focusing on the new functionalities.
The hackathon is part of the 2-year Enabling AVUIs research project being conducted at Goldsmiths, University of London.