TDPS Wednesdays: Coding for Live Performance

Photo by Paul Deziel

Event Attributes

Projections Designer Dylan Uremovich presents Coding for Live Performance, which will explain the motion tracking technology and coding used to create the visuals for Allen Xing's Equinox and Solstice, which just premiered as part of our 2018 MFA Dance Thesis Concert. Dylan will examine code created in processing Java-based coding environment, the Isadora media server, and the artistic process of creating a visual sandbox for performers to play in. The lecture will also discuss upcoming class opportunities within The School of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies to learn these and other programming techniques in more depth for use in your own performance work.