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DMX (arduino) course with Koldo Belloso

We present this three-day course aimed at restless technicians who want to get more out of the equipment they handle daily in their work, and students interested in getting started in the handling of this technique and the procedure with vvvv developed by Professor Koldo Belloso. This course has a practical/theoretical character so that, at […]
09.30.2019

We present this three-day course aimed at restless technicians who want to get more out of the equipment they handle daily in their work, and students interested in getting started in the handling of this technique and the procedure with vvvv developed by Professor Koldo Belloso.

This course has a practical/theoretical character so that, at the end of it, the student will be equipped to make technical interventions in the equipment with which he works that he could not even imagine before having contact with this technology.

Summary of the program:

  • Day 1: Install vvvv on students’ computers and familiarize with the program environment.
  • Day 2: We focus on the vvvv tools to use DMX and review of the devices that can be connected to DMX (Android, Wiimote, Arduino…).
  • Day 3: How to work with this technology in the real environment of technical installations. Proposals on the intervention of the DMX signal.

More info here.

Koldo Belloso is a professional of long trajectory, with more than 25 years in the technical sector of the spectacle. His professional career has taken him from the installation of technical infrastructure, stage design and console operator in shows, to the internal need for his own creative space where he can express his professional competence.

Thus was born bit_arTék (Studio for the Research of Scenic Techniques), founded together with Amaia Alvarez. A forward-looking proposal to our environment based on R&D technological research from the point of view of art, entertainment, or leisure; and paying special attention to what free software and hardware can contribute to these fields.

“There is a relationship between the technician and what happens on stage. There is also a relationship between that person and the information that travels through the DMX cable, arrives at the lighting equipment, and gives a visual response to the emotion that the operator transmits.

We can establish the bridge between the human and the machine because that rhythm is part of the signal: you just have to know how to read it”.

Registration

Once you have completed your registration we will contact you to confirm your registration, we will ask you to make a deposit into the AAI account.

To reserve your place it is necessary to pay the course fee. Places will be filled in order of income.

If you are unable to attend the course, you can cancel by giving notice in advance so that your place can be filled by another student, your booking will be returned to you. If you give late or no notice, the reservation is non-refundable.

Deadline for withdrawal 4 October.

Course requirements for students

A computer with Windows operating system (recommended Windows 7, 8.1, 10 with latest generation processor and Nvidia GTX graphics card)

Three-button mouse with wheel.

Optional: Headset with microphone, Webcam, Kinect, or any sensor or controller.

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