Interactive Installations In Max 7: Detecting Movement With Real Time Video

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One of the most essential techniques when creating an interactive work is determining when a user is present to engage with the piece. In this workshop, you will learn how to use a webcam to detect a participant in an interactive installation, using the webcam feed as input to initiate interactive events. Intro-level skills in Max 7 are required.

The instructor will provide basic patches that you will use during the workshop to learn the workflow for detecting movement using real-time video in Max 7. This includes using real-time video feeds to create audio and video output for interactive projects.

At the end of this workshop you will leave with patches and learning materials to start working on your own interactive video installations in Max 7.

More on Max 7 here: cycling74.com/max7/

+Interactive Installations in Max 7 (Series)+
This is the third in a three-part workshop series on Max 7 taking place at InterAccess during February: February 4 (Intro to Max 7), February 11 (Fundamentals for Audio Projects), and February 25 (Detecting Movement with Real-Time Video). Sign up for the full series, or select one or two workshops to support your creative practice.
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By: InterAccess