PARTNER: PHOTON Foundation (Poland)
DATE: 9 - 10 . June, 18–21 h
VENUE: OKNA – espaço cultural
DURATION: 3 + 3 h
PRICE: Free entry with mandatory registration, max 15 people
DESCRIPTION AND GOAL OF THE WORKSHOP:
During the two-day workshops participants have the opportunity to create together with the lecturers their first Augmented Reality application for both Android and iOS. Participants will get familiar with the interface of Unity and simple scripting to enhance the possibilities of the built-in tools. The workshop will give an useful knowledge about
Introduction to Unity
Creative way of thinking about the usage of Augmented Reality
Preparation of materials to make it compatible to cross platform applications
Building immersive audiovisual experience with Vuforia
The aim of the two-day workshop is to build an application for the BEAST exhibition, that will present AR works available for the public with the application.
Be aware that those apps will need many GigaBytes, so please be sure you have it on your computer before admitting the class.
Your own animations to use are welcome (max 30s, preferably loop, created in After Effects, alpha channels welcome – not necessary, reference image needed). See examples here: AR artworks at the Patchlab Festival, AR posters of the Patchlab Festival, AR programs at the Patchlab Festival, example of an artivive app, SOL.AR.IS art mobile application. If you don't have any animated loop, don't worry, there will be animations prepared on spot as well.
Elwira Wojtunik and Popesz Csaba Lang are an internationally recognized Polish-Hungarian duo of digital artists known as Elektro Moon Vision. They work at the intersection of creative computing and light-art, creating interactive multimedia installations and augmented reality art projects and creative multimedia programming designed for museums and galleries, theatres and concerts. Their works were presented at the significant international digital media art exhibitions and events around the world, including the TADAEX in Tehran, in Iran, ~PdCon in New York, ISEA in RPA, Museums Quartier in Vienna, New Media Art Biennale WRO in Wroclaw, Akarenga Soko Gallery in Yokohama, Japan. They are laureats the Creative Scholarship of the City of Krakow, Scholarship of the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage in Poland, MuseumsQuartier in Vienna and the Japanese OMOSIROI Award for innovation. Since 2012 curators of the Patchlab Digital Art Festival in Krakow.
For any inquiries, you can contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshop is held within VISEGRAD FILM HUB, organized by BEAST International Film Festival - beastfilm.pt with the support of International Visegrad Fund providing support for the audiovisual works from the V4 region (Czechia, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia).
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