The London Video Hack Space is a place to share ideas, thoughts, knowledge, technologies, processes and aesthetics on video. We welcome artists, engineers, students, and everyone interested in any video technology !!!
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NEXT EVENT: TUESDAY 18th December 7pm @Juno, Shoreditch
The presentation of the Group will take place at 7Pm @ Juno (Shoreditch) https://www.facebook.com/events/521022757917275/.
Discussion on how to setup the Group will follow during the evening. Any suggestion is welcome. The event is hosted by VJ London (https://www.facebook.com/groups/92517015792/?fref=ts) it’s a relaxed monthly meeting, there will be some A/V performance until 23.30(https://www.facebook.com/events/463555757029542/).
The event is free and open to everyone, when entering the Juno go downstairs into the basement and search for a big screen !!!
These are the main areas of interest identified so far, any suggestion/idea is very welcome :
- Video / Photo cameras
- Filming techniques
- Direction and editing
- Codecs and compressions algorithm
- Real time video (generative and loop based)
- A/V synchronization
- Motion capturing
- Video software (After Effects/Cinema4d/Resolume/Modul8/Arkaos/VDMX/Syphon/Quartz)
- Green screen
- Interactive design
- Midi / Osc with physical or touch interfaces
- Gestures, body and facial recognition
- Video Journalism
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Meetings and workshops
Meetings take place every TDB from 7pm onwards. They are usually happening TBD.
- Next event: MONDAY 17th December 7pm in London Hackspace's quiet room
Agenda TBC soon
For the latest events visit VideoHackSpace Events Page
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