December 20th 2023, 6 – 9 PM Berlin time
Live via Zoom, in English Language / Recording will be available on December 21st 2023
Recordings are available for up to one year after purchase.
Lighting Design, Visualisation and Performance with GeoPix
Learn how to build a custom lighting installation, using moving lights, pixel-mapped led strips and other fixtures, synchronised with realtime video content in GeoPix.
GeoPix 2.0 is a free and open source real-time lighting control and previz software. It’s built in TouchDesigner, with a workflow and UI/UX inspired by 3D animation software.
The primary goal of GeoPix is to unify the process of working with different types of lights, such as led strips, dmx lights, and video surfaces – while streamlining the process of mapping real-time video and generative content onto complex arrays of pixels and lights.
GeoPix bridges the gap between lighting control, and lighting pre-visualization – two tasks that generally require multiple, potentially expensive software & hardware elements.
In this course, Lucas Morgan the developer of GeoPix will take you through the setup of a lighting installation, from planning to pre-visualisation to performance.
Learn how to leverage years of experience, packed into GeoPix, to design and perform complex lighting installations with the functionality of a professional lighting software inside the TouchDesigner ecosystem for the price of a non-commercial TD license: FREE.
After the live lesson you will get access to the recording and the workshop files for one year.
About the Instructor
Lucas Morgan is the creator of GeoPix, an LED/DMX Pixel Mapping software built in TouchDesigner. His background is in 3D animation and rendering. He has spent many years building, texturing, and rendering 3D environments in software that includes Maya, Blender, 3ds Max, as well as composting software like Nuke and Composite. In the last five years Morgan shifted his focus to TouchDesigner, building pixel and video mapping projects both large and small for a variety of festivals including Electric Forest and Euphoria, and clients including Imaginex, BRDG, and MOD/OP Films.