Workshop conducted by Andy Teasdale (UK) & Gaël Abegg (aka LUPIN) (FR)
For three days this workshop will offer a full range of tools for module programming using Modul8, a software from GarageCube. No programming experience is necessary. The workshop will start at a basic level, building up to advanced concepts. Throughout it you will create a number of modules of varying complexity, and leave with the skills and inspiration to develop modules of your own.
A Modul8 license will be offered to all participants of the workshop!
- Building simple custom interfaces with the Module Editor.
- Understanding the Module Editor & basic structure of a module.
- Scripting Modul8 controllers with Keywords.
- How to plan and design the creation of a module.
- Beginners Python – basic programming concepts and how they relate to Modul8.
- Debugging your scripts.
- MIDI and DMX control with modules.
- Building complex module UI elements.
Andy Teasdale (UK)
Sound engineer turned VJ, Andy has been making modules for over 3 years. He has worked as module programmer for high profile artists, and still finds time to make the odd mapping installation every now and then.
Dates/Time: May 23d to 25th, from 11am to 5pm
Location: GarageCube office (Bat. 43, Acacias)
Objectives: module programming with Modul8
Number of participants: 10 maximum
Required skills: VJ, visual artist, no programming experience is necessary.
Required material: You will need to bring your own mac laptop with at least Mac OS X 10.6 (Snow Leopard) installed, a VGA adapter & some video loops.
Price: 300 CHF (lunches are not included)