Fullday Workshop: Getting started with Computer Vision
This workshop is for creative coders, professionals, students, designers and scientists, who want to learn a new way to analyze and sense realtime video images and get to know computer vision techniques.
With easy access to the computer vision library OpenCV and depth cameras (Kinect, RealSense,…), vvvv is a loyal companion for prototyping your computer vision applications and installations.
With its no-code user-interface it allows you to quickly achieve your goals with just a few mouse clicks. Applying video filters, detecting motion and even using latest machine-learning powered techniques like YOLO, to label things in a video stream, becomes accessible to everyone.
What the vvvv?
vvvv is a visual programming environment that allows you to realize ideas quickly without the need to write any code. But if you want, you can also write C# code for it and use any .NET library with it! To give you an idea of the areas vvvv can be helpful in, here is a list of buzz words vvvv is often associated with:
- Generative Design
- Interaction Design
- Data Visualization
- Computer Vision
- Rapid Prototyping
- Physical Computing
- Projection Mapping
- Show Control
You will learn how to:
- Bring a Windows laptop
- Bring a 3 button mouse
- No prior knowledge of vvvv needed
at Brüll & Kraus
The workshops runs from 10am to 5pm, with a 1 hour lunch break.
For each of the workshops we take a maximum of 10 participants.
The workshop takes place if we have 5 or more participants.
The workshop language is english.
- 80€ for individuals
- 160€ if payed by a company,
- 320€ if payed by a larger corporation.
- Have a good reason to visit this course for free? Get in touch!
Curator Educational Program, Workshop Host
Joreg is co-founder of vvvv.org and core-developer of the multipurpose toolkit vvvv and the general purpose visual programming language VL. Besides he teaches, works for money under the label checksum5.com and is otherwise concerned with the integration of sound, image and computer code.
For NODE he co-curates the educational program focusing on vvvv and vl workshops, bringing together users who want to share their expertise with those eager to learn.