Generative Graphics Workshop with vvvv

In this two-day workshop, learn to create generative graphics using node based programming language called vvvv. During this session you will learn to build an immersive visual system, by applying various visual effects on a 3D animated character exported using Adobe Mixamo.

This session will be a practical introduction to vvvv, with focus on 3D graphics and using data. For those who are interested in creating immersive visuals through code with the flexibility of creating interactive, physical experiences, this workshop is the perfect place to start.

Workshop Logistics

Monday September 28 &
Wednesday September 30

Times: 5 – 8pm PST

Cost: $120

Experience Level: Beginner to Intermediate.

• Windows PC with a microphone input and a mouse (both necessary for this workshop)
Install vvvv beta 64bit version.

Workshop Outline

• Introduction to vvvv
• Installation vvvv and packs
• Importing Animated 3D character
• Tweaking vertices
• Making it audio reactive
• Learning DX11 Particle Packs
• Applying particle effects to the character
• Introducing https://visualprogramming.net/

Online Workshop

This 6 hours online workshop will be held as two 3 hours workshop over two days via video webinar. We will have an online community chat to share your questions during and beyond the workshop. Please contact us if you have any additional questions at [email protected].


Takuma Nakata

Takuma Nakata is a freelance computational (visual | spatial) artist based in Kyoto/Japan. He grew up in Senegal, Brazil, and Indonesia experiencing a world of cultures, inspiring his passion for designing procedural landscapes through digital technologies. Nakata is a creative resident in Adobe Creative Residency from 2019 - 2020.


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Gray Area Festival

This workshop is part of Gray Area Festival, offering a full week of online creative code workshops to provide hands-on learning opportunities. This year, we're introducing Membership-Based Ticketing to make the festival more accessible, and provide sustained support for our community.

You can join the Festival Workshops in two ways:
» Live Access: Enroll to engage directly with the instructor via live chat and Q&A
» Archive Access: Gain access to video documentation following each workshop session with Cultivator Access

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