People who already work in the field of live video and are looking to progress to implement some form of video mapping.
Architectural video mapping continues to be hot property at live concerts, exhibitions, festivals and general decoration. The application of even basic video mapping to any project allows the video artist to break out of the confines of the traditional rectangular display area.
Once setup, existing content can be mapped to structures and facades but it also opens the doors for custom content to be generated. This means people who are working with low budgets can take on video mapping projects and add some stunning work to their portfolio.
Our simple and concise one day course will get you up and running using accessible but powerful tools that are fast becoming the standard for many in this field – Resolume Arena, or the combination of Resolume Avenue and Madmapper.
Some knowledge of live video software tools is preferable
Tutor information to follow soon…
This course will be held at Oxford House in East London.