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2015/07 Gen.AV 2 Hackathon on Interactive Computer-Generated Audiovisuals


On the 25th and 26th July 2015, I conducted Gen.AV 2, a 2-day hackathon on the topic of Interactive Computer-Generated Audiovisuals at EAVI, Goldsmiths, University of London. The participants developed tools for audiovisual performance, taking into account results from a previous workshop. The results are available here: github.com/avuis/, and the projects are presented in more detail here: www.gen-av.org/gen-av-2. The hackathon is part of the 2-year Enabling AVUIs research project being conducted at Goldsmiths. Conducted in collaboration with Music Hackspace (http://musichackspace.org). The projects were presented as public performance at Goldsmiths on the 30th July 2015.

2014/12 Gen.AV 1 Hackathon on Interactive Computer-Generated Audiovisuals


On the 6th and 7th December 2014, I conducted a 2-day hackathon on the topic of Interactive Computer-Generated Audiovisuals at EAVI, Goldsmiths, University of London. The participants developed tools for audiovisual performance, taking into account results from a previous workshop. The results are available here: github.com/avuis/. The hackathon is part of the 2-year Enabling AVUIs research project being conducted at Goldsmiths. Conducted in collaboration with Video Hackspace (http://www.videohackspace.com). There was a follow-up hackday in January, and the projects were presented as public performance at Goldsmiths on the 6th February 2015.

2014/10 Workshop on Interactive Computer-Generated Audiovisuals


On 18th October 2014, I conducted a 1-day workshop on the topic of Interactive Computer-Generated Audiovisuals at EAVI, Goldsmiths, University of London. The participants designed sketches of a tool for audiovisual performance, in 2 brainstorming sessions. The workshop is part of the 2-year Enabling AVUIs research project being conducted at Goldsmiths. Conducted in collaboration with Video Hackspace (http://www.videohackspace.com).