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Workshop SpDi - a tool for spatial visual installations

Rnul and V2_Lab have developed a tool for spatial visual installations: SpDi. In this workshop you will learn the basics of SpDi, and how you can use it to realize your ideas about interaction.

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Oct 2018
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1
 
Nov 2018
 
10:00 to 17:00
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ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

Who: Rnul interactive & V2_Lab
When: October 30 - November 1, daily from 10-17h, presentation moment November 1 17h.
Price: € 100,-

WHO & WHAT

SpDi is a tool for spatial visual installations. The goal is to give media artists, designers, game developer and augmented reality developers the possibility to realize their interactive ideas. During the workshop there will be the opportunity to conceptualize, create prototypes and to test your ideas on the V2_Lab ground floor. The space is equipped with a positioning system (pozyx) and a 4x6m floor projection allowing you to run real-time interactive experiments.

Participants will be introduced to the real-time positioning system, and learn to use the SpDi tool. The software with demo projects will be made available to participants prior to the workshop. A laptop running macOS is preferred.

 


ABOUT THE APPLICATION

In order to apply, fill out the submission form before October 20. In favor of the quality of the workshop, we will work with small groups. In case of too much interest, we reserve the right to make a selection out of the applicants.

PRESENTATION MOMENT

There will be a public presentation moment on November 1, from 17h till 18h.

RNUL

Rnul interactive is a Dutch interaction design studio based in Rotterdam. Using various sorts of innovative media Rnul creates spatial experiences for museums, exhibitions, festivals, advertisements and the public space. Through interaction we evoke, the visitors themselves become an essential part of our work.

Rnul is founded by Rob Donkers and Aart Muis who both studied interaction design at the Willem de Kooning Academy in Rotterdam.

MORE INFO

If you have any more questions please send an e-mail to lab@v2.nl

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