Free introduction to Vuo @ Adelaide

Alex Mitchell conducted a free 5-hour workshop on Vuo in his local university's computer lab. He said, "We had a great turnout of passionate creators ranging from graphic designers - video editors - lighting designers and musicians. Even a few Max and Isadora experts. They were really excited at the speed of Vuo, and especially the new projection mapping feature!"

The workshop was divided into two parts:

Circus Family celebrates rainwater and Sinterklaas

Circus Family, an audiovisual design studio in Amsterdam, used Vuo to create two projects that enchanted their audiences. These are two of several projects where Circus Family used Vuo. In The Rain Project, raindrops created a display of images, light, and sound in a natural forest, and in the Hema Sintersizer, children created songs with a giant music-making machine during the Dutch children's celebration, Sinterklaas. To learn more, about I interviewed Circus Family's Cas Dekker.

A virtual forest installation from Gwenyth Dobie and William Mackwood

Rallentando is an interactive installation that uses Vuo to invoke a multi-sensory virtual forest. Using a combination of images, sounds, and interactive performance, "the audience experiences a gradual slackening of tempo, leaving behind the distractions of contemporary urban life."

Rallentando was created by Gwenyth Dobie, with William Mackwood (wmackwood) leading the technical integration. Gwenyth and William, co-artistic directors of Out of the Box Productions, recently installed Rallentando at Hub14 in Toronto.

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